Synopsis By: Lurie - Proceeding Author: Richard M. Bank

The author asserts that the labor movement is at a crossroads and not on its deathbed, and that greater emphasis on organizing and strategic and coordinated bargaining campaigns may prove successful. Increased inequality of wealth distribution favors a resurgence of the labor movement. Public opinion may support labor law reforms. Arbitrators cannot honorably render employment arbitration services because that arbitration system is employer-dominated.