Rebalancing Economic and Political Power: A Clean Slate for the Future of Labor Law

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How can ordinary Americans organize and mobilize for economic and political justice? And what does the law do to enable or impede their efforts? The magnitude of the challenges requires more than tinkering around the edges of the existing legal frameworks. A two-day conference in July sponsored the Harvard Law School’s Labor Work Life Program sought to bring new perspectives to answering these hard questions in order to build a policy agenda for legal reform that will restore balance to our economy and our politics. Sharon Block, Executive Director, Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School, and Benjamin Sachs, Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry and Faculty Co-Director, Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School, kicked off the event, with Sachs delivering an opening/vision for the project, titled “Addressing the Big Problem of Economic and Political Disempowerment of Workers.”

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