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Binding grievance arbitration is not structured to resolve civil and individual rights disputes that occur within the workplace, to alleviate logjams of grievances or to involve public employers uncertain of their authority to submit to binding arbitration. Fact-finding and recommended terms of settlement provide an unsatisfactory alternative to collective bargaining. Advisory arbitration blends the advantages …

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The differences between dealing with student protests and collective bargaining disputes are examined.

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A satirical look at the consequences if the youth movement took over the National Academy of Arbitrators.

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