The Case Against the Employee Free Choice Act

The Case Against the Employee Free Choice Act

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With the Obama administration in the White House and an overwhelmingly Democratic Congress, passage of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) appears likely. But it can and should be stopped if at all possible, given the adverse impact that it will have on the workplace and the overall economy. In The Case against the Employee Free Choice Act, Richard Epstein examines this proposed legislation and why it is a large step backward in labor relations that will work to the detriment of employees, employers, and the public at large.
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. :, Hoover Institution Press
Copyright Date: c2009
ISBN: 9780817949433
Characteristics: data file,rda
1 online resource (ix, 196 pages) : illustrations


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