Waning union power increases wage disparity, study finds

Fewer union members and declining union power have suppressed wages and contributed more to pay disparity than previously thought, a study by Harvard University and University of Washington professors found. "In the early 1970s, when one in three male workers were organized, unions were often prominent voices for equity, not just for their members, but for all workers," professors Bruce Western and Jake Rosenfeld wrote.

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