Labour Unionization in the USA and Canada
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This paper discusses the USA and Canada as countries of strong differences, regarding economic and political history; labour histories, attitudes towards labour and capitalism and social welfare spending. The paper discusses how Canadian unions are able to collaborate with business better and some serve as public interest groups, while US unions are challenged by a changed economy, outsourcing, lower wages and the working poor phenomenon. The paper also notes that a different American culture sees the poor labourer differently.
From the Paper:"The United States and Canada contrast strongly in their heritage of economic life and the degree to which governments should involve themselves in matters of business, employment regulation, or social welfare supports. Although several large Canadian unions had their origins in the United States in the early to mid-20^th century, one finds that the proportion of American unionized labour has been reduced radically in the last two or three decades. This paper discusses a number of trends that point to significant differences."
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