"More than They Bargained for: Scott Walker, Unions and the Fight" by Jason Stein and Patrick Marley
In 1959, Wisconsin led the nation's labor law reforms by allowing public employees to bargain with their employers - a move that strengthened unions. In 2011, Wisconsin again led labor law reforms, this time by weakening the very unions that were empowered decades earlier. In this compelling book, the authors explore one of the turbulent periods in Wisconsin politics.
- Written by Jason Stein and Patrick Marley, award-winning journalists for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- 350 pages
- 6 (W) x 9 (L) x 0.9 (H) inches
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