As Its Workers Organize, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Management Turns to an Infamous Anti-Union Law Firm | artnet News

Way back in 1981, the law firm firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius-better known as Morgan Lewis- was retained by the Reagan administration to help craft its strategy to break the PATCO air-traffic controllers union. That event is often remembered as the opening shot in an anti-labor offensive that has mauled the livelihoods of working people up to this day.

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