On August 29, 2019, Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and the National Right to Work Committee, had powerful words for this upcoming Labor Day.
Mix recognizes that Labor Day is a day where “many American workers are enjoying a well-deserved extra day of rest and relaxation with their families.” While these workers should be celebrated, Mix still believes “America must do more to protect the dignity of every American worker against the injustices of compulsory unionism.”
The NRTW president cited Samuel Gompers, founder of the AFL-CIO union to illustrate the difference between freedom versus compulsion in the workplace. Gomper said, “I want to urge devotion to the fundamentals of human liberty – the principles of voluntarism. No lasting gain has ever come from compulsion.”
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