Representation and Consent
A number of separate accounts have been offered of the difficulties faced by the Industrial Relations Act. The purpose of this chapter is to review them and to try to decide if they tell us anything about the problem of enforcing law in our society. Three accounts will be offered in turn, duscussed in order of generality: the first rests on certain views of the way the Act itself was prepared; the second is based on a particular philosophy of industrial relations; the third rests on beliefs about the conditions under which obedience to laws in general can be secured.
KeywordsTrade Union Collective Bargaining Money Supply Industrial Relation Legal Regulation
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