Moshe Z. Marvit
The Harris v. Quinn decision may have done irreparable damage to a long-standing precedent.
Just as it became unacceptable to fire some due to race, it became OK to boot them for organizing a union. Let's change that.
"Right to Work" Isn't a Civil Right. But Unionizing Should Be
December 13, 2012
The adoption of so-called "right to work" legislation in Michigan, of all places, represents an historic setback for organized labor. First, Republicans went after public employees in the birthplace of public unions, Wisconsin. And now they have taken the fight to private employee unions in the cradle of modern industrial unionism.