The perils of non-radical unionism

Libcom reminds us of the forces behind the Wagner Act, and Labor Notes points out the fatal flaw in contract unionism.  It’s as if labor has been confined to a “free speech zone” of sorts.

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One Response to The perils of non-radical unionism

  1. n8chz says:

    Also, Blended Purple informs us that union leadership is “equal parts unconcerned, unaware, lazy and incompetent” when it comes to advocating for their laid off members. This is the kind of stuff that hands ammunition to the enemies of the labor movement. Them what work within the system become the system.

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