Key Labor Laws (Library Binding)
Historically, American labor conflicts have been the most violent in the world, with workers fighting their employers in the streets as well as the courtrooms. Workers have fought for their right to be paid enough to feed themselves, to work in safe conditions, and to not be discriminated against because of their gender, race, religion, or disability. Are workers' rights on a straight path of progress, or have there always been setbacks? What does the future hold? Readers find out what laws affect American workers and whom they've really served through history.