The Clinton-Reich Labor Relations Program: What It Is and Will It Work?

Even more dangerous is the Clinton-appointed, 10-member Commission for the Future of Worker-Management Relations that will attempt, under the guise of reviewing American labor law and collective bargaining practices, to find means of reducing labor-management conflict and to neuter those statutes opposed by organized labor. The commission, according to Dr. Leo Troy, in "The Clinton-Reich Labor Relations Program: What Is It and Will It Work?", will not serve the country well by endorsing plans to facilitate unionization. It can only foster a growth in public sector unionism that will mitigate against American business interests and the free market system that is the cornerstone of the American economy.