The Blue Eagle at Work: Reclaiming Democratic Rights in the American Workplace

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Cornell University Press, 2005 - 310 էջ

In The Blue Eagle at Work, Charles J. Morris, a renowned labor law scholar and preeminent authority on the National Labor Relations Act, uncovers a long-forgotten feature of that act that offers an exciting new approach to the revitalization of the American labor movement and the institution of collective bargaining. He convincingly demonstrates that in private-sector nonunion workplaces, the Act guarantees that employees have a viable right to engage in collective bargaining through a minority union on a members-only basis. As a result of this startling breakthrough, American labor relations may never again be the same. Morris's underlying thesis is based on a meticulous analysis of statutory and decisional law and exhaustive historical research.Morris recounts the little-known history of union organizing and bargaining through members-only minority unions that prevailed widely both before and after passage of the 1935 Wagner Act. He explains how vintage language in the statute continues to protect minority-union bargaining today and how those rights are also guaranteed under the First Amendment and by international law to which the United States is a committed party. In addition, the book supplies detailed guidelines illustrating how this rediscovered workers' right could stimulate the development of new procedures for union organizing and bargaining and how management will likely respond to such efforts.The Blue Eagle at Work, which is clear and accessible to general readers as well as specialists, is an essential tool for labor-union officials and organizers, human-resource professionals in management, attorneys practicing in the field of labor and employment law, teachers and students of labor law and industrial relations, and concerned workers and managers who desire to understand the law that governs their relationship.

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Charles J. Morris is Professor Emeritus at Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. His books include the first two editions of Developing Labor Law: The Board, The Courts, and the National Labor Relations Act and American Labor Policy: A Critical Appraisal of the National Labor Relations Act. He lives in San Diego, California. Theodore J. St. Antoine is James E. and Sarah A. Degan Professor Emeritus and former Dean of the School of Law, University of Michigan, and Past President, National Academy of Arbitrators.

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