Uncivil Rights: A Guide to Workers' Rights

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Beachfront Press, Sep 1, 2009 - Discrimination in employment - 210 pages
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Uncivil Rights is a guide to workers' rights. Detailed descriptions of employment rights issues and methods for protecting and preserving those rights are provided by way of practical, real-life examples.
 

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Uncivil Rights is as insightful as it is practical and easy to read. The author is a college law professor with years of courtroom experience trying workers' rights cases. Considering the author's ... Read full review

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Uncivil Rights is as insightful as it is practical and easy to read.
The author is a college law professor with years of courtroom experience trying workers' rights cases.
Considering the author's background, the most remarkable quality of this book is that it is written in a non-intimidating way. It is as easy to read as it is instructive. It undoubtably could be used as a college text, but was probably written for John Q. Public.
Notably, Mr. Golder devotes much space to relating real-life workers' rights anecdotes.
 

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