anonymous
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In the 1800s, Britain and the United States had laws against unionizing mainly because they believed unions would cause a lot of violence. would be bad for the economy. would brainwash their workers. would reduce the work hours.
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madhu.mukherjee.946
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The reason why these laws existed against unionizing was because they believed unions would "be bad for the economy". They thought this because unions could intimidate employers and make output productivity suffer.
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