ABA Journal examines the unions' clout in today's business world. The story looks the political and corporate climate for labor organizing in the past decades. It finds that in recent years employers have simply started firing "employees instrumental in the organizing effort." The author points out that employees are working more and more for less benefits. "Unions appear stronger than ever, after having helped win a multitude of protective statutes for workers, but it may be a pyrrhic victory," the Journal reports.
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