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What Does 'Right to Work' Really Mean?

kozzzer Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 4:32 PM
They are rare. But do you not think that if a business owner wants to only hire union employees, they shoud have the right to? Of course it would rarely happen, but if a business owner wants to do it, and use his money to only hire union employees he should be able to.

At this point in time, most people are probably familiar with the 'Right to Work' drama that ensued last week in Michigan. Through a debate with a staunch pro-union friend of mine, it dawned on me that perhaps there were some people who might not actually understand what it means to be pro 'Right to Work.'

At first glance, how could anyone be against a right to work? Who would be against someone working as the term itself invokes a pro-freedom sentiment found in the American democratic tradition. 'Right to Work' advocates believe these laws promote job creation, generate investment...