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113) Based on its interpretation of the legislative history and the publicity proviso to section 8(b)(4) (114)--which allows certain types of "publicity, other than picketing" during secondary boycotts (115)--the NLRB had held that section 8(b)(4)(ii)(B) prohibited all secondary consumer picketing.
Writing for the majority, Justice Brennan rejected both the Board's and the appellate court's interpretations of section 8(b)(4)(ii)(B) and held that secondary consumer picketing that is "confined .
Agreeing with the dissent's conclusion that section 8(b)(4)(ii)(B) prohibits all secondary consumer picketing, (127) Justice Black was the only member of the Court who argued "that the section abridges freedom of speech and press in violation of the First Amendment.
Sixteen years after its holding in Tree Fruits, the Supreme Court once again examined the scope of section 8(b)(4)(ii)(B)'s prohibition of secondary consumer boycotts in NLRB v.
However, predators were not correlated with secondary consumers in either food web.
The results indicate that the input of organic waste is associated with a rapid response of secondary consumers.
We found little difference in the abundance of these predators between the different treatments, despite the changes observed in the secondary consumers.
Second, as a consequence of the first step, secondary consumers responded through trophic linkages.