Striking for the Common Good

January 26, 2014

The wave of strikes and demonstrations by fast-food workers across 100 U.S. cities, as much as similar efforts by Walmart employees earlier, are only the most recent volley in the continuing struggle between proponents and opponents of labor unions. These strikes, focusing as they did on the right to organize, reflect a perennial debate in America's politics: Are unions good or bad for society?

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