• which of the following statements best describes the outcome of the taft-hartley bill of 1947?

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  • The Taft-Hartley Act of 1947 increased union power by outlawing certain unfair labor practices, such as secondary boycotts and wildcat strikes, while also imposing limits on unions, such as requiring union officials to sign an anti-Communist oath. It also gave the president the authority to intervene in strikes if he found that they threatened national health or safety.

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      Alejandro Giles

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