Taking Back the Workers' Law

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by Ellen Dannin Dannin argues that the National Labor Relations Act was intended to promote freedom of association, worker solidarity and collective bargaining. Despite this flawed premise, she documents the decades-long assault on basic workers’ rights in the United States,…

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by Ellen Dannin

Dannin argues that the National Labor Relations Act was intended to promote freedom of association, worker solidarity and collective bargaining. Despite this flawed premise, she documents the decades-long assault on basic workers’ rights in the United States, while arguing for an approach that she believes could make the US labor law regime protect workers’ rights.

Cornell University Press, 194 pages, paper, published at $24.95