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English: A chart showing illegal firings in union elections from 1952 to 2007 based on various studies, but not all of these studies have been proven to be correct.
Date 05:34, 17 May 2010 (UTC)
Source Based on Dropping the Ax: Illegal Firings During Union Election Campaigns, 1951-2007 Figure 4 for image, for full study see “Hard Times for Unions: Another Look at the Significance of Employer Illegalities,”
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Author Own work by CartoonDiablo. Original chart is made by John Schmitt, Ben Zipperer, Robert J. LaLonde and Bernard D. Meltzer,


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