Ub's militant union history: An informed participant and labor relations specialist's perspective [Book Review]

Journal of Academic Ethics 1 (3):287-294 (2003)
The AAUP faculty union, established in 1973 on the University of Bridgeport campus, followed a policy of maximum militancy. Typically, this strategy was met by an ad hoc and often poorly informed administrative response, and ended in the bitter two-year faculty strike of 1990–1992. The absence of a coherent union relations strategy on the administration's part and a pattern of militant confrontation wherein the union almost always prevailed virtually guaranteed such an outcome
Keywords Collective Bargaining  Governance  Unions
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DOI 10.1023/B:JAET.0000014582.47564.fa
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