Having witnessed much union thuggery and intimidation over the years, I can certainly sympathize with rtw advocates. Unfortunately rtw is not a good or principled solution to the problem since it interferes with freedom of association in basic ways. An employer should have the right to enter into a contract to deal with all workers as a group and workers who prefer to work in a closed shop environment should not be prohibited from doing so.
A much better response would be to repeal pro-union labor legislation which would strengthen management's hand in negotiating "security" clauses and other oftentimes counterproductive work rules and to prohibit public sector unions on the grounds of preventing monopolies.
New Bedford, Mass