Inequality Isn't a Union Issue

Unless we are going to pull out of the World Trade Organization, slam shut the door to more immigration the way we did in 1924, and slap a 300 percent excise tax on industrial robots, this will continue to be the environment in which American workers negotiate. 
Powerful, once upon a time.

I know it’s been getting to be All Supreme Court, All the Time around here, but Monday’s decisions have spurred so much back and forth that I can’t resist weighing in. Up next: Harris v. Quinn, the other ruling, which held that home health-care workers and other quasi-public employees cannot be forced to pay dues to a union in order to cover collective-bargaining expenses.

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