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Organized labor and politics in Canada

Daniel Coates

Organized labor and politics in Canada

the development of a national labor code /by Daniel Coates.. --

by Daniel Coates

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Published by University Microfilms International, 1981, c1973. in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor policy -- Canada -- History,
  • Labor laws and legislation -- Canada -- History,
  • Industrial relations -- Canada -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (Ph.D.)--Cornell University. Bibliography: leaves 258-262.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 262 leaves. ;
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19898917M

      If unions fail, our democracy may well be at stake. the history of Canada’s labour movement offers us pertinent lessons. Long ago, in the early s, Canada had an established labour.   O rganized labor's decline in the US over the past half century is well-known; what drove that decline, less so. The New Deal's enemies – big business, Republicans, conservatives – had.

      But a comparison with Canada, whose political terrain was supposedly more favorable to labor parties, challenges reflection models. Newly compiled electoral data show that underlying social structures and institutions did not affect labor party support as expected: support was similar in both countries prior to the s, then by:   The crisis of organized labor in the United States, is, nevertheless, deep and is likely to get deeper in the face of increased political attacks on both public and private sector workers. Union membership is down again, having dropped another quarter-million members from to , to million members.

      No group in America, aside from Latino activists, is a more steadfast champion of generous immigration reform than organized labor. That .   Ever since industrial unions worked to reelect President Franklin Roosevelt in , organized labor and the Democratic Party have worked together in U.S. politics. Unions provide votes, money, and volunteer time, and Democrats offer policy benefits when they take office. This partnership is often taken for granted. Yet it differs from partnerships in other Western democracies, and the.


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