Unions, Contracts and the Court

July 1944
New Republic;7/10/44, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p32
Focuses on some U.S. Supreme Court decisions on collective bargaining, on an appeal from rulings of the National Labor Relations Board. Restriction on an employer who has signed a collective-bargaining agreement with the union, to bargain separately with individual employee; Reference to a decision that if the majority of workers choose a specific union to bargain and then changes its mind, this does not justify the employer in a persistent refusal to deal with that union; Disapproval or lack of confidence can be manifested through orderly political process.


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