Antecedent - The temperate employees’ refusal to work for...

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ILRCB201 Analogies .1 (b) Antecedent: Facts: Imagine that a group of temperate workers refuses to work for any firm that retains workers who consume alcohol. Justification : The workers’ actions may cause inconvenience to employees who consume alcohol as well as employers who hire them. However since the workers are not bound by any contract, they are free to work for whomever and with whomever they wish. Results : The means of the workers were lawful. Consequent: Facts: The defendants refused to work for any firm that employed journeymen who did not belong to their society. Argument: Similarity:
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Unformatted text preview: The temperate employees’ refusal to work for any firm that produces alcohol was like the defendants’ refusal to work for any firm that hires workers not included in the membership of the defendants’ society. Justification: The defendants’ actions may cause inconvenience to employees who don’t belong to the defendants’ society as well as employers who hire the non-members. However since the defendants are not bound by any contract, they are free to work for whomever and with whomever they wish. Conclusion : The means of the defendants were lawful....
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course ILRCB 2010 taught by Professor Lieberwitzr during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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