Labor's Free Ride

De Toledano, Ralph
August 1978
National Review;8/4/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 31, p959
The article examines the illegal use by organized labor of union members' dues for political purposes in the United States. It tells of figures on the average amount received by senators and congressmen from labor unions, and reasons why labor unions are contributing to campaign efforts of politicians.


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