What The NBA And NFL Lockouts Tell Us About Unions
Demonized in the recent economic crisis, labor unions are dwindling in size. They've gone from 36% of the American work force in 1945 to only 16% today, and they are increasingly unpopular. In many of the 22 right-to-work states, outside of the public sector, unionization is almost non-existent.
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