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  •  I ran into the same problem (2+ / 0-)
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    Dirtandiron, uc booker

    But I was thinking: Do people really want to invest in companies (or mutual funds that are highly exposed to said companies) that oppose EFCA?

    To me, being anti-union betrays a lack of flexibility (which is totally incompatible with the workings of the marketplace).  This is usually due to two independent but often connected issues: authoritarian impulses among managers and highly unstable forms of profit-making.  

    Both of them are toxic to running a healthy economy, a healthy business or a just and equitable society.  I bet if I had a list, it would be a veritable rogue's gallery of the shadiest and most distasteful companies (and bosses) around.

    "If you can't lower heaven, raise hell!" - Mother Jones

    by al ajnabee on Sun Jun 07, 2009 at 04:59:31 PM PDT

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