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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Union compromise

Posted By on Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 6:28 AM

John Brummett thinks a tiny sop to workers -- a promise of somewhat stricter federal enforcement of labor laws -- might be a workable way to deliver something useful from the failed drive for the Employee Free Choice Act. Spoken like someone who's never been in a labor organizing fight. First rule: Management gives up NOTHING except under extreme duress. And the bosses are in the driver's seat now as never before thanks to the likes of Sens. Lincoln and Pryor.

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