Democracy, Deodands, and the British Birth of the Grand Bargain — Workers’ Compensation Law Prof Blog

While I generally accept Price Fishback and Shawn Cantor’s narrative holding that workers’ compensation arose in the U.S. as a Grand Bargain between multiple stakeholders, around 1911, the labor law professor/historian in me has doubted organized employee participation in the…

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