As Michigan Democrats consider repealing the state's popular Right-to-Work law, a worker-freedom advocate speaks out.
“One fact stands out in bold relief in the history of man's attempts for betterment. That is that when compulsion is used, only resentment is aroused, and the end is not gained. Only through moral suasion and appeal to man's reason can a movement succeed.” — Samuel Gompers, American Federation of Labor
Terry Bowman is a full-time auto worker and worker-freedom advocate, as well as a leading voice for Right-to-Work laws.
As a vocal supporter for Right-to-Work laws, Terry has testified in the U.S. House of Representatives, numerous state legislatures, as well as appeared on Fox News.
In addition to his full-time job, Terry has written numerous op-eds, and also sits on the Board of Directors for the Institute for the American Worker (I4AW).
In this episode of Labor Relations Radio, Terry discusses the history of his fight for Right-to-Work legislation, why he left UAW membership, as well as a host of other issues.
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