During the depression the new deal policies of Franklin.D.Rossevelt did have a huge impact on labour and trade union rights in the USA for example the national industry recovery act which was passed on the 16th June 1933 which aimed to ask companies to cooperate and employ agreed codes of practice about issues about production levels, wage rates, working hours and trade union rights.
It's been picked up by labour as a political issue: it's picked up by the unions as a political issue: and then by the Tories and the Tories have legislated to a very limited extent in the field but what you don't hear the trade unions saying anything about, as Jeremy said, are the very significant numbers of people, if you look at the CIPD survey for example, very significant numbers of.
The 1906 Trades Dispute Act clearly made it easier for unions to operate for a good part of this century. But anti-union legislation, such as the 1971 Industrial Relations Act politicised strike activity, which eventually led to the toppling of a Conservative government.
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