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Right-To-Work Laws and the Crumbling of American Public Health
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The Post WWII America and the High Point of Union Participation.- What Unions Do for Workers.- Social and Economic Measures Nationally and by RTW Status.- Social and Economic Differences: RTW and non-RTW States.- Measures of Death.- Early Mortality from Ischemic (Coronary) Heart Disease.- Premature Unspecified Stroke Mortality.- Obesity and Diabetes.- American Child Mortality and Low-Weight Births.- Taking Risks.- Resilience.- Data Sources.- Index.

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Deborah Wallace, Volunteer Research Scientist, NY State Psychiatric Institute at Columbia University, Division of EpidemiologyRodrick Wallace, Research Scientist, NY State Psychiatric Institute at Columbia University, Division of Epidemiology

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