This Article assesses the consequences of unions' virtually unrestrained power to set bargaining priorities and to reconcile antagonisms among the workers they represent. It then evaluates the function that economic interest groups within unions might serve if workers were encouraged to form interest groups and these groups were recognized as legitimate mechanisms for meeting the diverse needs of a heterogeneous workforce.
Union Decisions on Collective Bargaining Goals: A Proposal for Interest Group Participation,
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