Support for Organized Labor in the House of Representatives: The 89th and 95th Congresses
Marcus D. Pohlmann and George S. Crisci examine the level of support for labor legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives during the 89th and 95th Congresses and attempt to account for the decreased support in the 95th Congress.

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