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Professors Wellington and Winter argued that public employee unions would have excessive bargaining power if extended the right to organize and strike. On what grounds did they make this argument? Give reasons, in your opinion, why their argument may be wrong.

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Professors Wellington and Winter believed that inordinate political power of public unions would have excessive bargaining power if extended the right to organize and strike. They felt that unions would "payoff" political officials and get their way. This would enable them to strong-hold businesses into what they wanted. "The monopoly power, in ...

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