The Wagner Act guarantees workers' right to bargain collectively (48 words)

Historical Context Note

Context

The Wagner Act, or National Labor Relations Act, came into force in 1935 as a way of guaranteeing private sector worker's rights to bargain collectively. It was seen as a way of protecting unions and worker's rights in a difficult economic climate. It was opposed by many in industry.

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