Publication Date

8-1-2001

Abstract

[Excerpt] Linking workers' rights to international trade is an idea whose time has come and stayed, despite the best efforts of free trade ideologues to chase it away. In looming congressional debates about "fast track" negotiating authority, the Bush administration and Congress confront powerful demands from workers, trade unionists and a wider public for rules protecting human rights and labor rights, not just corporate investments, in trade agreements.

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Suggested Citation
Compa, L. (2001, August 1). Ensuring a decent global workplace: Labor rights belong in trade agreements. [Electronic version]. The Washington Post, p. A17.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/228/

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