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" If the employer refused to pay him the wages that he thought fair, he was nevertheless unable to leave the employ and to resist arbitrary and unfair treatment. Union was essential to give laborers opportunity to deal on equality with their employer. "
National Labor Relations Act: Hearings Before the Special Committee to ... - Page 7092
by United States. Congress. House. Special Committee to Investigate the National Labor Relations Board - 1940
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Contract--freedom and Restraint

Richard Allen Epstein - 2000 - 403 pages
...257 US In-1. 209 (1921) (Tart, CJ) : A tingle employee was helpless in dealing with an employer. Ne was dependent ordinarily on his daily wage for the maintenance of himself and family. If lite employer refilled lo pay lnm tin- iv;iEes lliat lie thought MM. lie wnv in-vcrlhvlees on.ihlc...
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"Liberty Under Law" and Selected Supreme Court Opinions

William Howard Taft - 2004 - 441 pages
...organized out of the necessities of the situation. A single employee was helpless in dealing with an employer. He was dependent ordinarily on his daily...employ and to resist arbitrary and unfair treatment. Union was essential to give laborers opportunity to deal on equality with their employer. They united...
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Constitutional Debate in Action: Governmental powers

H. L. Pohlman - 2004 - 319 pages
...necessities of the situation; that a single employee was helpless in dealing with an employer; that he was dependent ordinarily on his daily wage for the maintenance of himself and family; that if the employer refused to pay him the wages that he thought fair, he was nevertheless unable...
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Black and Blue: African Americans, the Labor Movement, and the Decline of ...

Paul Frymer - 2008 - 202 pages
...the Supreme Court acknowledged that "a single employee was helpless in dealing with an employer; that he was dependent ordinarily on his daily wage for the maintenance of himself and family . . . that a union was essential to give laborers opportunity to deal on an equality with their employer."43...
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