The inevitable, and intended, outcome of Reaganism and late-20th Century ‘Republicanism’

May 6, 2017 § Leave a comment

https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/america-is-regressing-into-a-developing-nation-for-most-people

It begins with the castrating of Unionism with Taft-Hartley.

Taft–Hartley was one of more than 250 union-related bills pending in both houses of Congress in 1947.[5] After World War II, 25 percent of the workforce was unionized (around 14.8 million workers had union contracts, 10 million of them being union security agreements), and with the war now over, their promise not to strike so as not to impede the war effort had expired.

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