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- Topic: Careers
- Paper #: 49005201
From this perspective, right-to-work laws are passed in states in which public opinion is anti- union and the labor movement is politically ineffective; in such states, employees are less attracted to unions, and it is this public opinion climate, rather than the legislation itself, that harms union growth (Abraham & Voost 2000).
The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation; Bureau of National Affairs (2002), reports that New Jersey does