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Truthout TV Interviews Ellen Dannin and Ann Hodges About the Attack Against the National Labor Relations Act

Sunday, 21 April 2013 10:58 By Ted Asregadoo, Truthout | Video Interview
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Your rights as workers have eroded over the past 30 years, while the rights of corporations have increased. How did this happen? Ted Asregadoo, host of Truthout Interviews, talks to Ellen Dannin and Ann Hodges - both of whom are law professors specializing in employment law and labor rights - about a series of op-ed pieces they've written for Truthout that chronicle the way in which judicial rulings have chipped away at the National Labor Relations Act of 1935.

This article is a Truthout original.

Ted Asregadoo

Ted Asregadoo is a Truthout contributor. Follow his YouTube channel.


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Truthout TV Interviews Ellen Dannin and Ann Hodges About the Attack Against the National Labor Relations Act

Sunday, 21 April 2013 10:58 By Ted Asregadoo, Truthout | Video Interview
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Your rights as workers have eroded over the past 30 years, while the rights of corporations have increased. How did this happen? Ted Asregadoo, host of Truthout Interviews, talks to Ellen Dannin and Ann Hodges - both of whom are law professors specializing in employment law and labor rights - about a series of op-ed pieces they've written for Truthout that chronicle the way in which judicial rulings have chipped away at the National Labor Relations Act of 1935.

This article is a Truthout original.

Ted Asregadoo

Ted Asregadoo is a Truthout contributor. Follow his YouTube channel.


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