How effective can the law be in protecting the union members' basic democratic rights of participation, due process, accountability, and equal protection? The law at present gives only halting protection to these rights. Legal relief comes erratically, giving too little, too late, and costing too much. This compels a closer scrutiny of these weaknesses to determine whether they are inherent or subject to correction.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Summers, Clyde W., "The Usefulness of the Law in Obtaining Union Democracy" (1958). Faculty Scholarship Series. 3899.