Law: A. B. A. Delegates

Let us suppose this hypothetical case:

A judge in Michigan who works part time in a General Motors plant . , . is a member of the United Automobile Workers of America and is interested in the success of the strike. Union lawyers appear before this judge and he grants them a petition directing General Motors officials to bargain collectively with the union. . . . What would General Motors officials do when the injunction was served upon them? First, they would probably laugh and say to the sheriff, "Don't be silly, that judge...

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