The Center for American Progress and its President, who is co-chair of the Hillary Clinton transition team, will be seeking “YUUUGE” changes to U.S. labor law if it gets its way. According to an October 2016 report in Bloomberg BNA, the CAP wants European-style industry-wide collective bargaining. That bargaining framework would limit individual employer flexibility by setting wages and benefits across industry groups (for example, “breweries,” or “automobile manufacturing”). Other issues would be pushed down to workplace councils at the various individual sites of employment. How’s that working out for Europe?