Analyzing the Landrum-Griffin Labor Management Relations Act
of 1959, among other pieces of legislation, Jennik contends that union democracy law favors institutional rather than individual workers' interests.
The second appendix is an analysis of a proposed Firefighter National Labor Management Relations Act
to provide for collective bargaining for firefighters in those jurisdictions that do not now allow for public employee bargaining.
The drivers claimed that the employer breached the collective bargaining agreement, thus violating section 301 of the Labor Management Relations Act
,(16) when it manipulated job recall procedures to the drivers' detriment.