February 2003 Issue

Volume 53, 2003

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Labor Freedom Makes Sense

If compulsory unionism were put to a moral test, it would flunk without debate. Forcing a worker to join and pay dues to an organization he doesn't want to represent him is a manifest violation of that worker's free will and right of contract. It so happens that it also fails the economic test, as two recent studies strongly demonstrate.

- February 01, 2003

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