Originally Posted by patteeu
I'm aware that giving workers a choice about whether or not to buy into the union reduces the power of the union. I don't think that changes anything though. Your argument had a huge flaw in that you claimed that union membership was voluntary when in reality, in non right to work states, it's coerced.
It's actually incentivized, but whatever.
You didn't answer my question. Do you understand how the free loader problem breaks the back of a union's ability to negotiate?