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Right-to-Work Laws Shouldn’t Exist, so Why Am I Happy about What Happened in Michigan?

Marvin116 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 2:37 PM
According to what you wrote in the Villanova Law Review, employers can make their own decisions on whether or not to hire women, blacks, LGBTs, children, Catholics or Jews. They are free to hire or not hire anyone they wish - there can be no laws regarding discrimination in hiring, no laws regarding "fair" labor practices. The employer can do whatever he darn pleases!
Wooster Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 10:07 AM
That's correct. There should be no such restrictions.

If I decide to start a business (in a truly free society), then who I hire and what I pay them is between me and the employee - no one else. When you come in and start telling me how to make my decisions, you are making society less free. You can argue that you are "making the world a better place". But you can't argue that you haven't made it less free when you removed someone's choice.
Wooster Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 10:11 AM
A better way to improve society is by maintaining a balanced job market by controlling imports and immigration. When supply and demand for jobs are matched, you don't need minimum wage or equal opportunity laws. Employers that offer low wages or are race-selective will have perpetual labor problems, while those who offer better wages and don't discriminate will have no trouble finding workers.