This Article analyzes many of the major labor law decisions of the Burger Court and their impact on organized labor. The author compares the Court's methodology with that of the Warren Court and asserts that the Burger Court has, in many instances, simply expanded on themes developed by its predecessor. The author further discusses areas in which the Burger Court has broken new ground and concludes that the Burger Court has accelerated the pendulum against the interests of organized labor.
William B. Gould IV,
The Burger Court and Labor Law: The Beat Goes On--Marcato,
San Diego L. Rev.
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