SOURCE: The Atlantic
Law professor Eduardo Peñalver argues that the case of Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid which challenges a 1975 California law allowing labor organizers limited access to private agricultural land to speak to workers, could apply a radical version of the "takings" doctrine to block many kinds of labor, consumer, and civil rights law.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
In the 1990s, "The Simpsons" drew humor by putting bizarre dysfunction in the context of middle class suburban banality. Today it's the idea of homeownership paid for by a stable single income that seems outlandish.
SOURCE: The Nation
by Moshe Z. Marvit
Now the Janus decision has helped push the National Right to Work Committee and its sister organizations closer to that goal.
SOURCE: Smithsonian Magazine
The Thibodaux Massacre Left 60 African-Americans Dead and Spelled the End of Unionized Farm Labor in the South for Decades
by Calvin Schermerhorn
The workers created a union to defend their rights. The union died with the strikers, and the assassins went unpunished.
by Martin Halpern
Why that’s especially worth remembering this year.
SOURCE: Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
In a new paper by Harvard researchers the Dust Bowl droughts of the 1930s are the reason unions are concentrated in a small number of states.
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