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Are unions still relevant? / Noah Berlatsky, book editor
Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2013
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HD6483 .A684 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Labor unions
Open and closed shop -- Law and legislation -- United States
Labor and globalization -- United States
Physical Description 118 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Unions are still important / Michael D. Yates -- Unions are outdated and harmful / Gary Becker -- The Great Recession has marginalized unions / James Surowiecki -- Globalization has damaged the union movement / Jeffrey M. Hirsch -- Globalization, union-style / Louis Uchitelle -- Public sector unions are vital for US democracy / Peter Rachleff -- Public sector unions hurt the public / Daniel DiSalvo -- Unions and the public interest: is collective bargaining for teachers good for students?-Pro / Richard D. Kahlenberg -- Unions and the public interest: is collective bargaining for teachers good for students?-Con / Jay P. Greene -- Teachers' unions weaken American education / Lindsey Burke -- Right-to-work laws free workers from coercive union control / Jeff Jacoby -- Right-to-work laws hurt workers, society, and the economy / David Madland, Karla Walter, and Ross Eisenbrey
NOTE 519029
Series At issue. American politics
Alternate Author Berlatsky, Noah

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