The New Deal - What was the NLRB?

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What was the NLRB?

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The NLRB, the National Labor Relations Board, was established up by the Wagner Act. This agency strengthened the power of labor unions by outlawing unfair labor practices. Employers had to bargain with unions. Employers could not legally block workers from joining unions. The NLRB watched over business to ensure fair collective bargaining practices. The New Deal and the New Deal Agencies