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An Anti-Union Tide: The 2011 Attacks on Public-Employees' Bargaining Rights

  title={An Anti-Union Tide: The 2011 Attacks on Public-Employees' Bargaining Rights},
  author={Gregory M. Saltzman},
Saltzman’s publications on labor and employment law have appeared in Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Transportation Journal, a National Bureau of Economic Research conference volume, and several previous editions of The NEA Almanac of Higher Education. He is first author of Truck Driver Occupational Safety and Health, published by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in 2007. Saltzman was second author of an October 2011 article in Neurology, “The Cost-Effectiveness… 

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