Why “Right to Work” Opponents Are Wrong

by News on November 28, 2011

in Pro Worker Legislation, State and Local, State Legislation, Union Politics and Transparency

By Abdul-Hakim Shabazz/Indianapolis Examiner

While at the Statehouse on Organization Day, I took some time to speak to some of the protesters in the hallways about potential ‘Right to Work” (RTW) legislation.  I made it a point to keep an open mind and listen to their arguments against RTW.  After speaking to about half a dozen or so, I have come to the conclusion that the arguments against RTW are not based on logic, but based on emotion; albeit the emotion is fear and it is the most powerful of emotions, but it still a pathos-driven argument.

I reached the conclusion that the arguments were emotionally-based, because the “logical” arguments against RTW aren’t very logical at all.  Allow me to walk through the main points.

Why “Right to Work” Opponents Are Wrong – Indianapolis Political Buzz

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