The Politics of Right to Work: The Labor Federations as Special Interests, 1943-1979

Synopsis

"Gall has compiled what is almost certainly the definitive study of right-to-work campaigns at the national and state levels since the early 1940's. . . . The author's emphasis on carefully documenting these campaigns means that this book will primarily interest specialists in political science and labor history. Further, this book will be a handy reference source for other readers who want to separate rhetoric from reality on this contentious issue." Choice

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1988