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  • Again the cartel had to supplement the "prolabor" policies in order to conceal their futility and to postpone for a time their manifest fiasco.

    Mises Dailies

  • In a comparative study of managers and union officials, Weaver 1958 found, as expected, that union officials exhibited strong prolabor attitudes.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Lipinski has voted as a generally prolabor Democrat on economic issues, though he -- unlike

    Chicago Reader

  • Every progress of the alleged prolabor legislation and every successful strike disarranged industrial conditions to the disadvantage of the German enterprises.

    Mises Dailies

  • Father Eudex, whose sympathies are strongly prolabor, understands the checks to be the most blatant whitening of the sepulchers, but he doesn't know what he should do with his ” send it to the missions, hand it over to the company's workers 'strike fund?

    The Priestly Comedy of J. F. Powers

  • Democrats "who consistently vote against civil, reproductive, and women's rights, but who support most narrowly defined prolabor and urban initiatives.

    Chicago Reader

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