Too few of us know enough about this benign sounding policy: “the right to work.” As with most euphemisms, this phrase obscures more than it illuminates. Therefore, Elizabeth Tandy Shermer’s brief summary of the history of this policy is instructive. She ponders: “That guarantee certainly sounds benign, if not all-American. Who could be against the right to work, especially in a prolonged recession?” Read the entire article here:
History News Network | This Is What Right-to-Work Means.