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So Long, Secret Ballots?

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SourcePageNew York Post
DateDateMarch 15, 2009
URLURLhttp://www.nypost.com/seven/03152009/postopinion/editorials/so_long__secret_ballots__159687.htm
QuoteText"The unions' favorite corporate bogeyman is Wal-Mart, which has successfully resisted unionization for years. But Wal-Mart keeps people working. According to a Forbes estimate of job losses since November, Wal-Mart - which has about 1.4 million workers - has laid off about 1,200 employees. Super-unionized General Motors - with a workforce of 250,000 - has been forced by high labor costs to fire 66,000."
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So Long, Secret Ballots? by New York Post editorial board (New York Post, March 15, 2009) (view)