A history of unions as the Constitution applies to them

    People across the country — and in recent days in Pennsylvania and New Jersey — have rallied around the union dispute in Wisconsin. But what’s the history there?

    In a guest post for the Daily Constitution Center, visiting scholar Linda R. Monk, author of The Words We Live By: Your Annotated Guide to the Constitution, talks about the Constitution’s role in unions and what she says is at stake in Wisconsin.

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