ARE LABOR UNIONS ANTI-LABOR?
by Henry Hazlitt
Lecture -- FEE's
Trustees and Guests
November 22, 1970
For more than a century the economic thinking not only of the
public, but of the majority of economists, has been dominated by a
myth -- the myth that the labor unions have been on the whole a
highly benevolent institution, and have raised the level of real
wages far above what it would have been without union agitation.
Many even talk as if the unions had been chiefly resp...
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