The United States Constitution does not directly address the collective representation of workers. The First Amendment right to freedom of association has, however, been interpreted to protect the right of individuals to form and join trade unions. This Article discusses the evolution of legal regimes concerning collective autonomy and freedom of association within the United States.
Collective Representation of Workers in The United States: Evolution of Legal Regimes Concerning Collective Autonomy and Freedom Of Association,
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