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What was the open shop that employers promoted in the 1920s that led to a decline in union membership? A) A workplace where all races were welcome B) A workplace where no workers received benefits C) A workplace that hired men and women D) A workplace where employees did not have to join a union
The "open shop" that employers promoted in the 1920s that led to a decline in union membership was: A workplace where employees did not have to join a union.
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