The Nlra at Seventy: A Union Movement for the New Century
WorkingUSA, Vol. 8, pp. 489-499, June 2005
11 Pages Posted: 21 May 2005
Unions today are fighting a war on many fronts. In order to win that war, they must use every resource available to them, even the ones that are less than perfect. Yet despite their desperate situation, most unions advocate refusing to use the National Labor Relations Act and National Labor Relations Board as a resource in their struggle. The NLRA is not a panacea nor can it solve all labor's problems. Nonetheless, unions might want to consider ways to include them among the resources available to them.
Keywords: Labor Law, Labor-Management Relations, Trade Unions, Collective Bargaining
JEL Classification: K32, J50, J52
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