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Discussion on: Should we form a labor union?

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Ross Henderson

Am I correct in thinking this is a decidedly American problem? In the UK most of these issues are covered in law.

Unions did some great work in the 60s in the UK. Then became beasts they tried to destroy in the 70s. And then they brought the wrath of the Government down in the 80s and now the general public consensus is that "Unions on paper sound great, but people can't be trusted to manage them".

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Steve Belovarich Author

It’s a problem anywhere corporations can exploit workers.