WHY Did Auto Workers Vote AGAINST Joining a Union?

"at the Southern plant, a starting worker earns $19.50 an hour without a union, while his counterpart working in Michigan earns only $15.50 an hour. So wages do not compel a worker to support unionization. The foreign- owned plants, it seems, pay better than the American auto manufacturers."

And, they would, if unionized, have to pay dues to that union.  A good part of union dues go to pay for political activity that the union ELITE/Progressives favor - even though a sizable percentage of their membership opposes their positions.

Read the rest, at Commonsense & Wonder.


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