Are players' unions good for professional sports leagues? /
- Publication info:
- Detroit, MI : Greenhaven Press, c2013.
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- Are players' unions good for professional sports leagues? / Thomas Riggs and company, book editor.
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Detroit, MI : Greenhaven Press, 2013
"Are Players' Unions Good for Professional Sports Leagues?: Books in this anthology series focus a wide range of viewpoints onto a single controversial issue, providing in-depth discussions by leading advocates, a quick grounding in the issues, and a challenge to critical thinking skills"--
- Physical Description:
110 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
- Players' unions make professional sports more competitive and fair /Timothy L. Epstein
- Players' unions make professional sports too expensive for fans /Ben Shapiro
- Football's future if the players win /Roger Goodell
- Players' unions protect owners, not players or fans /Arn Tellem
- Agents, not unions, are the cause of NBA labor strife /Kevin Ding
- NBA labor issues are based in racism /David J. Leonard
- Fans are the real victims of sports labor strife /Sally Jenkins
- Fans will always return after a sports labor dispute /David J. Berri, Martin B. Schmidt, Stacey L. Brook
- The success of the NFL proves collective bargaining benefits everyone /David Madland, Nick Bunker
- NFL labor dispute reflects wider rift between workers and employers /Michael Schottey
- Players' unions encourage perpetual labor strife /Richard A. Epstein
- Players unions give athletes a voice that non-union workers don't have /Paul Frymer, Dorian T. Warren
- Adopting European system would eliminate labor issues in US sports /David Berri
- Make the fans the owners: a long-term solution for the NFL /Roger Groves.