U.S. Trade Unionism under Globalization: The Death of Voluntarism and the Turn to Politics?

Source: Victor G. Devinatz, Labor Law Journal, Vol. 62 no. 1, Spring 2011
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Because of this significant decrease in private sector union density, in “Competition in the Global Workplace: The Role of Law in Economic Markets: Trade Unions Under Globalization: The Demise of Voluntarism?” distinguished labor law scholar Samuel Estreicher argues that since unions have been unable to achieve their goals through collective bargaining over the last few decades, they have increasingly turned to politics to attain these desired objectives.

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