• because yellow-dog contracts required an employee and his family to live in a in a company town
because yellow-dog contracts required employees to report back to employers with any information regarding labor
union organization
because signing a yellow-dog contact labeled an employee as a scab and made him or her potential target of union
because promising not to join a union would strip the a employee of his ability to
test workplace injustices with the
support of an organized workers' group

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