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Union membership has been on the decline. Do you believe this is a positive or negative trend? Why? Please explain your answer. (Collect Bargaining) 200-300 words. APA.

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I believe that declining union membership is a positive move because it enables an individual to ask for change individually, prevents restrictions to be put on individuals who do not individually agree with the changes and make it easier to get the best deal in a capitalistic environment. Individuals who are in a union have to go through ...

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