Is it time for U.S. labor law to be reformed? If so, what changes are necessary? What intellectual school of thought (e.g., mainstream economics, human resource management, etc.) underlies these changes?

Question A

Is it time for U.S. labor law to be reformed? If so, what changes are necessary? What intellectual school of thought (e.g., mainstream economics, human resource management, etc.) underlies these changes?

Question B

U.S. law mandates basic democratic procedures within unions including election provisions. Many national leaders are regularly re-elected while there is greater turnover of leaders at the local level. What explanation can you give for this?

Answer both questions with creditable sources.