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The Legal Foundations for State Laws Granting Labor Unions Access to Employer Property

Link – THE LEGAL FOUNDATIONS FOR STATE LAWS GRANTING LABOR UNIONS ACCESS TO EMPLOYER PROPERTY  Nathan S. Newman ABSTRACT In an era of a more hostile federal legal environment for labor and declining union density in many industries, a number of state and local governments have sought to promote local laws that can support unions’ […]

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Lincoln and the Founding of America’s Second Republic

Americans often engage in the conceit that we have the oldest written constitution in the world.   But that’s a false story, and a dangerous lie to boot. Yes, a Constitution was written in 1789.  And it fell apart in 1861 under the weight of its uncertainty on whether the United States was a collection of […]

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