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Big labor

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Big labor

Big labor or big labour is a pejorative term for large, organized big oil, big tobacco, and big government.

The term "big labour" in the US is applied particularly to the neo-corporatism" has been used to describe three-way bargaining between government, labour unions and big business.

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