The history of labor legislation has consistently been pro-union.
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FalseSaveQuestion 2 (1 point)
The first comprehensive labor statute.
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Norris LaGuardia Act
Robinson-Patman ActSaveQuestion 3 (1 point)
Laws that prohibit compulsory union membership.
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None of these
Workers Choice Laws
Right to Work Laws
Free Labor LawsSaveQuestion 4 (1 point)
An allegation by one party that the other party violated a labor contract.
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BreachSaveQuestion 5 (1 point)
The idea behind workers forming a union to represent their interests is _______________.
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Collective BargainingSaveQuestion 6 (1 point)
A decision made by a judge without hearing from both sides of the issue.
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Ex parteSaveQuestion 7 (1 point)
An arrangement whereby a worker must be a member of a union to be employed; now illegal.
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Closed ShopSaveQuestion 8 (1 point)
An employer may be found in violation of the law if they:
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Threaten employee's jobs if they join a union
Promise benefits to employee to discourage union membership
All of these
Questioning employees about their union sympathies or activities.SaveQuestion 9 (1 point)
In the early 19th century, one legal theory held that workers joining together to demand higher wages and better conditions was a criminal conspiracy.
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FalseSaveQuestion 10 (1 point)
A contract workers had to sign that included a clause that forbade them from joining a union.
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Yellow Dog contract
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