Debtors unions

Answer: QUESTION: Radical Unionism/ Debtors Unionism


Google web search gets limited results, even for the exact phrases in quotes. It may be worth looking at all 250 hits (25 screens) for the search: "debtors unions", but I would tend to look first at the 6 results for: "debtors unions" site:edu or the 11 for: "debtors unions" site:gov often works better than Google's site:gov limiter, because it searches STATE as well as federal websites and documents - many of which may still have older domains such as,,, etc. But it gets only one result for: "debtors unions". Omitting the quotes gets many thousands, and using advanced search to limit that to just title words seems to get unreliable results. Google's 18 results for: "debtors union" site:edu are worth a very quick browse, but they include a few "...and Jane Doe, debtors; Union Bank...., plaintiff..." etc. Google's 7 results for: "debtors union" site:gov are virtually all legal documents mentioning a debtor company's union employees in a bankruptcy proceeding, for example.

Even Google Scholar has scant help in its 7 results for: "debtors unions", possibly because it does not search much full text from commercial journal articles, but usually just the abstracts and titles of those articles. If you are near a large public university, you can almost always get free guest access to databases and journals on site. A very few of the largest public libraries may have academic full text databases such as Academic Search Premier (Ebsco), or maybe even JSTOR, even offering remote password access to library card holders.

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