OTHER WORDS FROM unionismpro·un·ion·ism, noun
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As the writer Marc Levinson shows, brothers George and John Hartford, who had helped found the company in the 19th century, were paternalists who hated trade unionism.Can a grand bargain empower Amazon’s workers and limit corporate power?|Nelson Lichtenstein|March 25, 2021|Washington Post
Given the toxicity of the Conservative “brand” in Scotland, that could prove fatal for unionism.
Even if public sector unionism limps on, in policy terms, the right has already won.
“Terrible shall be the fate of the enemies of Social Unionism” is one of the rhetorical cries of Eugenia.
And hardly a degree less menacing is this gigantic octapus of labor unionism—of inexcusable socialism.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
Land-reform in its earliest stages, like trade unionism in England, was accompanied by disorder.Ireland and Poland|Thomas William Rolleston
I have watched the long struggle of unionism in America and I know the law that has governed all its ups and downs.The Iron Puddler|James J. Davis
These are the principles of revolutionary unionism, the principles of the international proletariat.
Of this slavery does revolutionary unionism speak in the name of the revolutionary worker.