Do Right-To-Work Laws Actually Help Workers -- Or Management?

Michigan right-to-work law protested.
Michigan right-to-work law protested.



It should come as no surprise that activists on the left are pushing for unions to adopt new strategies to broaden their appeal -- and clout. After all, the number of Americans who are part of an organized union has dropped from a third of the country's workers in the 1950s to only about a tenth last year.