unionateness The nature and level of trade-union militancy and willingness to use strikes or other forms of industrial conflict to pursue the interests of labour. Also, the qualitative aspect of trade-union strength or weakness, as against the quantitative completeness (or so-called density) with which a union recruits from its potential constituency.
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