Labor Pain

Lizza, Ryan
March 2001
New Republic;03/19/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 12, p12
Examines labor policies of U.S. President George W. Bush administration in the U.S. and declares them hostile to labor. Comment on Republican-controlled Senate's vote against workplace ergonomics standards; Views on Bush's support of business interests; Comment on his labor secretary, Elaine Chao; Comparison of U.S. President Ronald Reagan administration's hostility to labor unions; Prospects for unions during George W. Bush's presidency.


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