Clearly, there are many institutions where the model of shared authority has been attained; there are many more where it is attainable; and, unfortunately, there are many where it is not foreseeable. It is the first thesis of this Article that the advantages of an internal framework of representation make it worthwhile to strive for its realization.
Ralph S. Brown Jr.,
Collective Bargaining in Higher Education,
Mich. L. Rev.
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