Publication Date

Spring 2005

Abstract

[Excerpt] Even in disagreement with some of its policy prescriptions, I find From Consent to Coercion a strong, meticulously documented, powerfully argued, thought-provoking work that serious scholars and practitioners of trade unionism and labour law should read and engage. We Americans can still look at Canadian labour law and practice as a model compared with our own, but thanks to Panitch and Swartz's work we can see it with eyes open, not eyes wide

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Suggested Citation
Compa, L. (2005). [Review of the book From consent to coercion: The assault on trade union freedoms] [Electronic version]. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 60(2), 381-383.


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