Washington Law Review
The underlying thesis of this critique is the notion that we are irrevocably committed to a federal labor policy of encouraging the establishment and maintenance of collective bargaining relationships. The economic wisdom of collective bargaining as a policy is somewhat beyond the scope of this discussion, yet some observations seem appropriate.
Donald H. Wollett,
Collective Bargaining, Public Policy, and the National Labor Relations Act of 1947,
23 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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