Why do you think the old modes of law management might be outdated?
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If you are asking about how the law and politics apply to business management, Irving Bluestone, former Vice President of the United Auto Workers, and his son and professor of political economy, Barry Bluestone, offer the opinion that the old modes are outmoded because labor and management now are perceived as having more in common than they have in opposition. In the old mode, there was an almost unbridgeable divide between the goals and aims of labor and management. This is seen as outdated because the socio-economic distribution of wealth and power has shifted at least on some class and employment levels so that the self-interests of labor and management are more aligned than alienated.
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