Free Choice for Workers: A History of the Right to Work Movement

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A chronicle of the fifty-year 'David-Goliath' struggle between the bosses of Big Labour and Americans opposed to their coercive power. It covers the New Deal legislation that gave Big Labour its initial monopoly power, and the decades-long struggle in Washington and the states to reduce the abusive power of labour bosses.

Free Choice for Workers: A History of the Right to Work Movement 2010, Jameson Books (IL), Ottawa, Ill

ISBN-13: 9780915463978

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