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Trade union   /treɪd jˈunjən/   Listen
Trade union

noun
1.
An organization of employees formed to bargain with the employer.  Synonyms: brotherhood, labor union, trades union, union.



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"Trade union" Quotes from Famous Books



... "free competition," is a violation (though very likely fully justified) of economic laws has sunk deep into our common thought. So that to this day, whenever we see at work the hand of a State department, a trust or a trade union, we are apt to say "Demand and supply are here in abeyance," and possibly we add "A good thing too." Since in the matter of wages, the hand of the trade union is very generally evident, it is impossible to discuss the subject-matter of this chapter, until we have ...
— Supply and Demand • Hubert D. Henderson

... of course, some suffragists who are affiliated with workingwomen—the Women's Trade Union League, for instance; but they are a small minority, and their activities are essentially economic. The rest look upon toil as a just provision of Providence. What would become of the rich, if not for the poor? What would become of these idle, parasitic ladies, who squander more in a week ...
— Anarchism and Other Essays • Emma Goldman



Words linked to "Trade union" :   I.W.W., industrial union, organisation, trades union, labor movement, labor union, brotherhood, craft union, organization, IWW, company union, vertical union, labor, Industrial Workers of the World



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