This is one part of a running series entitled “Indoctrination Fridays,” a weekly review of leftist propaganda incorporated into public school curriculum and geared towards elementary students. For more of the series, please visit PublicSchoolSpending.com.
In typical union and socialist propaganda, employers are depicted as cruel and uncaring business owners who never miss an opportunity to cheat and mistreat workers.
Big Labor’s “us versus them” worldview is so entrenched that they can’t recognize the fact that most successful companies value their employees, and do whatever they can to retain their best workers. That reality, of course, undercuts the relevance of unions.
So what’s a union to do?
Like their fellow travelers in the “man-made” global warming community, the unions know they have to indoctrinate the young with their propaganda. But when you're dealing with kindergartners, you have to insert the concept of unionizing subtly into lessons. You'll get blank stares if you talk about the virtues of Jimmy Hoffa or the Service Employees International Union.
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