The presence of organized labor in the U.S. labor market creates a situation that resembles a

The presence of organized labor in the U.S. labor market creates a situation that resembles a
A) government acting as a negotiator between workers and employers.
B) union official acting like lawyers negotiating legal agreements.
C) for profit-firm acting cooperatively to reduce unequal wealth distribution.
D) union acting as a monopoly in selling labor to firms.

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