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James Gray Pope

James Gray Pope Professor of Law and Sidney Reitman Scholar at Rutgers University. Before joining Rutgers in 1986, he worked in a shipyard and represented labor unions at the Boston law firm of Segal, Roitman & Coleman.

Unions are being strangled by laws that block workers from organizing, striking, and acting in solidarity. Becoming a rights-based movement is the only way to save labor.

James Gray Pope Ed Bruno Peter Kellman

The right to strike is too important to concede.

James Gray Pope Ed Bruno Peter Kellman