Why unions are losing the "right-to-work" fight

12/19/2012 | Daily Beast, The

Poor communication and a lackluster public image are among the reasons that unions have lost their battles against "right-to-work" legislation in states such as Michigan, Scott Martelle writes. "[T]he collapse of private-sector unions reflects labor’s failure to build that crucial sense of solidarity among a broad section of working America. And part of that is the class divide," Martelle writes.

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