Wagner Act

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The National Labour Relations Act of 1935, known informally as the Wagner Act, gave workers in the US the right to form unions and engage in collective bargaining. The act also created the National Labour Relations Board to oversee union certification and investigate violations of the law.

Subjects: Economics — World History.

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