Setting Workers Free to Choose

Proposals for increased government regulation and unionization raise the question: can workers across the economy be helped by legislative fiat and by increasing the power of labour unions? The answer, […]
November 29, 2019

Proposals for increased government regulation and unionization raise the question: can workers across the economy be helped by legislative fiat and by increasing the power of labour unions? The answer, quickly obtained from basic economic principles and a brief survey of the conditions of workers around the world, is very clearly no.

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