Ollective BargainingProtective Services

Should all protective service workers a including those in Homeland Security a have the right to bargain collectively, or should there be prohibitions based on national security?

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(Chapters 7 and 8) Richard C. Kearney. Labor Relations in the Public Sector, fourth edition. New York, New York: CRC Press, 2009.

(Chapters 7 and 8) Jonathan Brock and David B. Lipsky, editors. Going Public: The Role of Labor-Management Relations in Delivering Quality Government Services. Champaign, Illinois: IRRA, 2002.

Websites:
Deparment of Homeland Security iaff.org

American Federation of State and County Municipal Employees (AFSCME) .afscme.org

Ollective BargainingProtective Services

Should uniformed members of the military be permitted some form of collective bargaining?

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(Chapters 9 to 11) Richard C. Kearney. Labor Relations in the Public Sector, fourth edition. New York, New York: CRC Press, 2009.

(Chapters 9 and 10) Jonathan Brock and David B. Lipsky, editors. Going Public: The Role of Labor-Management Relations in Delivering Quality Government Services. Champaign, Illinois: IRRA, 2002.
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Websites:
United States Department of Defense ngb.army.mil
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Articles:
Haley, James. Women in the Military. Opposing Viewpoints Research Center: At Issue Press. San Diego, 2004.

Donegan, Craig. New Military Culture. CQ Public Affairs Collection. April 1996.

LCDR Steven Mack Presley, MSC, USN. Rise of Domestic Terrorism and Its Relation to United States Armed Forces. April 1996.