Employee "Free" Choice In The Mirror Of Liberty, Fairness And Social Welfare

The publication of Richard Epstein's book, THE CASE AGAINST THE EMPLOYEE FREE CHOICE ACT provides an opportunity to reconsider the movement to displace the regime of judge-made law that had previously governed labor relationships, the purpose of the NLRA and the revolutionary implications of the effort to transform the NLRA into a law that places its thumb on the scale in favor of unionization. Describing the central provisions of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), its economic consequences, its constitutional implications, and its connection to the decline of unionism.

Provided by: George Mason University Topic: Project Management Date Added: Oct 2010 Format: PDF

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