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Blawg Review Goes to Work

Well, someone was working over Labor Day weekend, and that someone was St. Louis labor and employment lawyer George Lenard, who wrote a special Labor Day historical edition for Blawg Review #124. Is it the longest Blawg Review ever? Maybe. But in the grand tradition of Blawg Review, Lenard takes a theme and explores it to the hilt. And it is a theme well worth exploring: Labor Day's historical origins, commemorating the role of the rank-and-file worker in the American economy and tracing the history of U.S. labor law. From the first Labor Day parade in 1882 to contemporary debates over the union election process, Lenard offers a history lesson entwined with a very current review of the week's blawgosphere buzz.

Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on September 4, 2007 at 04:34 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)


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