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By Paul C. Weiler, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1990. 317 pp. Price n/a.
Peter Weiler's new book takes a comprehensive look at labor law reform in the organized and unorganized sectors of the economy. His position on reform represents a liberal, "centrist" position, between the "Employment at Will" theorists on the right and the Critical Legal theorists on the left. One might regard this book as a labor law companion to Freemen and Medoff's What Do Unions Do?
Weiler's book is clearly written and well organized, utilizing sources from a variety of academic disciplines. The book's tone is dispassionate and nonideological, although the author …