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 Public sector unions differ from their private sector counterparts in that most public sector unions:

A) require union membership.

B) are organized by location.

C) have less bargaining power.

D) have no restrictions against striking.

47) The Railway Labor Act allows Congress and the President to intervene in a labor dispute if interstate commerce is disrupted.

48) Business unionism focuses on improving the economic well-being of workers.

49) Pay, work breaks, vacations, and work assignments are elements of work rules in the collective bargaining system.

50) Union membership is increasing in the public sector while declining among private employers.

51) The right to strike is unlimited in public sector unions.

52) A(n) ________ is a union contract that spells out the conditions of employment and work rules that affect employees in the unit represented by the union.

53) Which country has the highest per capita union representation?

A) Great Britain

B) Denmark

C) Sweden

D) Italy

54) Coralie lives in France and works for the Paris transportation system. Clark lives and works in the United States. Both belong to unions. Which of the following is most likely true?

A) Clark's union is likely to be politically rather than economically motivated.

B) Coralie's union is likely to be politically rather than economically motivated.

C) Coralie's union has much more influence on working conditions than does Clark's union.

D) Clark's union is more likely to strike than Coralie's union.

55) In Germany, labor unions:

A) have union representatives on the boards of businesses.

B) are involved in national wage setting.

C) are affiliated with the Labor party.

D) are enterprise unions.

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