January 25, 2013

Heritage Foundation economist James Sherk explains labor unions’ continued decline on National Review online:

Unions have two problems. First, unions make the companies they organize more sluggish and less competitive. They constantly have to organize new members to replace those at declining unionized firms. Second, they have not changed to appeal to modern workers. That makes organizing those new members challenging.

Why do you think unions have lost power?

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