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Taft-Hartley Act

Taft-Hartley Act also known as the Labor Management Relations Act, this law prohibited union unfair labor practices and enumerated the rights of employees

A law, passed in 1947, that prohibits the closed shop, requires unions to bargain in good faith, and makes it illegal for a union to discriminate against employees who do not join the union; also called the Labor-management Relations Act.

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