Question: If the coal mining firms were able to get together
If the coal mining firms were able to get together and cut miners' wage rates in half, many coal miners would quit the mines. On the other hand, if major-league owners were able to get together and cut baseball salaries in half, very few of the ballplayers would quit baseball. Why?
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