Can Unions Survive? : the Rejuvenation of the American Labor Movement

"Defines the challenges facing the movement and offers comprehensive prescriptions for its successful transformation."--The George Washington Law Review. A valuable analysis of the rise, fall, and--hopefully--the revival of unionism in America. [The book] distills into readable form a mass...

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Main Author: Craver, Charles B.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York NYU Press 1993, 1993
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520 |a "Defines the challenges facing the movement and offers comprehensive prescriptions for its successful transformation."--The George Washington Law Review. A valuable analysis of the rise, fall, and--hopefully--the revival of unionism in America. [The book] distills into readable form a mass of legal and empirical analysis of what has been happening in the workplaces of the United States and other industrial democracies. Most important, Craver has drawn a blueprint of what must be done to save collective bargaining in this century--must reading for scholars, lawmakers, and, especially