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lesson 2 assign - Institutionalists advocated two policies...

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Institutionalists believed that labor should not be treated as a marketable resource and transactions as well as work rules should be created to handle labor relations also they believed in free competition which placed most employees in a weak bargaining position with employers and a type of collective bargaining was need to establish more equal bargaining power.
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Unformatted text preview: Institutionalists advocated two policies; legislation that would protect the rights of workers to join unions and legislation on workplace issues such as safety, health, child labor, minimum wages, unemployment and workers compensation as well as social security. The legislative reforms they advocated became a cornerstone of the New Deal labor policy....
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