Fighting the Unions

IN A POST AT Instapundit, Glenn Reynolds links to a post at The American Interest about the battle for de-unionization, in which the author of the TAI post points out:

Midwestern states like Wisconsin, Ohio and Michigan were once the heart of America’s labor movement, but many of these states have been leading the charge against collective bargaining since 2010.

…And longer. Maybe that’s because, here, at the heart of America’s labor movement, we’ve seen the worst of unions — their thuggery, their anti-democratic behaviors, their fundamental un-American nature, the cost they impose on workers, families, businesses and communities… The list is long and distinguished.

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