Is Collective Bargining Essentially An Antitrust Violation?

  1. lady_love158 profile image61
    lady_love158posted 5 years ago … inion_main

    I couldn't agree more! Unions across states bascially tell their government collaborators what's acceptable and that what they get. Then one state or another union uses that contract as precedent to establish a baseline for theirs. It's a self feeding money pump that eliminates the employer from the equation. This must end NOW!

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      Multimanposted 5 years ago in reply to this

      I don't think so, its not he unions that are violating the anti-trust laws as much as timewarnerdisneyaoluniverslastudies and whatever other multimnational multinamed conglomerate business the controls press, thought and enviroment.

  2. Evan G Rogers profile image83
    Evan G Rogersposted 5 years ago

    Collective bargaining is NOT a "antitrust violation".

    People are allowed to group together and stop working until their demands are met, so long as it is done non-violently, and each member is free to not participate if they do not wish to do so.

    Also, those people can not prevent the employer from hiring scabs.

    The employer, however, has the right to fire them all if need be.

    Anything beyond these basic rights are simply property rights violations.