Impacts of Strike Replacement Bans in Canada
Peter Cramton, Morley Gunderson and Joseph S. Tracy ,
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Labor Law Journal

In the labor relations area no issue generates as much controversy and division between labor and management as does the legislative ban on replacement workers. In the United States, the issue of a ban on permanent replacement workers has come before Congress four times since 1988, although the only action taken has been an executive order in 1995, banning the government from doing business with firms that use permanent replacements (Cramton and Tracy 1998).

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