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  1. labor union organizing or a collective bargaining campaign with a heavy focus on research, the use of community coalition-building, publicity and public pressure, political and regulatory pressure, and economic and legal pressure in addition to tradi

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  2. a labor tactic primarily used in the United States, where labor unions lack many of the legal protections accorded their counterparts in the European Community and where cultural norms against unions are not as strong

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  3. Critics of labor unions argue that comprehensive campaigns violate the spirit, if not letter, of federal labor law

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  4. However, as globalization increases and capital and labor become more mobile, employers outside the U.S. are adopting American union-avoidance tactics, and comprehensive campaigns are becoming more common in Europe and Asia

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  5. Comprehensive campaigns are not commonly used in the United States due to their cost and the organizational expertise their require

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