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Constitutionalizing labor relations law

For all the passionate resistance rightly being mounted to the AFL-CIO's proposed labor law power grab, we can at least be grateful for one thing, which is that hardly anyone is arguing that the U.S. Constitution requires federal labor law to assume a pro-unionization stance. Up in Canada, unfortunately, things are different.

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Rafael Mangual
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Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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