Saturday, February 26, 2011

RIGHTS OF ORGANIZED LABOR




Nobody in these days disputes the right of workingmen to organize for the protection and promotion of their own interests, and few deny the benefit which they may derive from organization. The time has gone by when labor is to be treated as a mere commodity, like the raw materials of manufacture, to be obtained at the lowest possible price under relentless competition, and used for money-making purposes by employers according to their own discretion