Two basic American labor laws the Wagner Act and the
Landrum-Griffin Act give workers the right to form unions
and some tools to try to keep those unions honest. But some are
dissatisfied with how the laws work.
Are North American unions destined to fade away, or can the
unions reform in time to save themselves?
Once, unionized workers were paid substantially more in wages
and benefits than non-union workers; but now the margin is smaller.
Are unions now an endangered social institution? Or can unions
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