Government Unions Control America and Rob Taxpayers Blind

Book - 2012
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Describes how unions have organized government workers at the federal, state and local levels and their influence in American politics.
Publisher: New York : Center Street, c2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781455522743
Characteristics: xxviii, 304 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Factor, Elizabeth


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Apr 02, 2015

The esteemed author and Phyllis Schlafly earn an entry at Right Wing Watch: . . . . . . And, more on the author at Media Matters for America: . . . . For your reading enjoyment, other authors at Center Books include Paul Rand, Michael Savage, Dana Loesch and John DeMint.

myle2 Oct 09, 2013

The republicans at work again, they want to pit us against each other, so they can rake in millions. If they had their way the 1% would rule, ( oh wait they do), and the rest of us would work for minimum wage with no health care. this book isn't worth the paper it's made, and to think gullible people will believe this hog wash.

Mee2 Oct 07, 2013

This is a NON-fiction book, with lots of information. If you want to know facts, read it and arrive to your own conclusions.

Sep 04, 2013

2014 Update: Hedge funds have been doing poorly over the past year or so. Could it be from spending so much money on losing propositions such as unprofitable publishing companies which publish balderdash such as this? So many pathetic books of fiction, wrongly labeled as factual, have been published by their companies.] The ultimate in bizarre fiction, yet it is listed as non-fiction? ? ? Anyone who remotely believes this waste of paper, just ask them who owns the major banks, oil companies and corporations (e.g., JPMorgan Chase, ExxonMobil, GE, AT&T, and so forth). Why the opposite of this book is so: During the Wisconsin recall election, when once again 40 percent of union households moronically voted again for Gov. Walker, Bill Clinton showed up and was greeted with much applause and warmth, when it was Gov. Clinton who did the very exact same thing in Arkansas - - making it a so-called right-to-work state, ending collective bargaining - - which Walker did in Wisconsin.


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