From Consent to Coercion: The Assault on Trade Union Freedoms

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University of Toronto Press, Aug 23, 2008 - Law - 280 pages
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From Consent to Coercion addresses several of the key issues about the future of unions and social democratic policies in Canada.

 

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Contents

The Postwar Era of Free Collective Bargaining
9
The Turn to Coercion in the 1970s
25
Freedom of Association and the Charter
51
Freeing Trade Coercing Labour
85
Consolidating Coercion in the Provinces
103
The Labour Movement in the New Era
143
Closing the Century Social Democracy
161
Neoliberalism Labour and the Canadian State
183
Towards a New Strategy for Labour
223
Tables on Wages Strikes and Union Membership
243
Legislation Amending Trade Union Rights
253
Glossary
261
Index
267
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