The Right

To Organise In Unions

Shows Why Bosses Have Power

  Over People As Workers

and Why Workers Are Entitled

  To Have Equal Power To Them

By Ed McDonnell, Retired Tutor/Lecturer in

Trade Union Education.

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The Right To Organise In Unions.pdf   

the book. 144 pages. v. 2019.4 of August 2019

The 'Right To Organise' Chart.pdf

a page of summary diagrams

A Twenty Page Read.pdf

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Reviews of 'Look At The System'

(The Right To Organise is an extract)

NW Labour History

"… far from an academic handbook on your

rights at work… has the feel of the shop floor “

The late Tony Benn 

"… a great book to explain the essentials".


A Super-quick Read –

The job deal you have with employers is unfair.

Businesses are people organized together.

So are Public Services.

Every day, they act collectively, as organizations,

dominating everybody else in society.

They, the rest, most of them workers, should look,

from their personal position, at why they are

entitled to organize and act together too.

Its time we caught up with the

Industrial Revolution:

They are organised – We are entitled to be.


Its the biggest problem in society because without

the mass of people being organized, it leaves work

and business, the most important activities in

society, to be run by business people, who do

organise in their own interests.

People know they’d be stronger in a union.

But that doesn’t make the political case for

their entitlement to be.

It’s not because employers can get someone

from the unemployed.

It’s because they’ve got so many other staff.

This case urgently needs making, with

fellow-workers, with people generally,

and with politicians and the media


The full book 'Look At The System’ is at

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