The Paradox of the American Dream

Cedric de LeonThis book argues that the current generation of workers and trade unionists, like other generations before it has come face-to-face with a long-standing inheritance: a democracy — born in the epic fire of civil war — that safeguards the individual worker’s right to access the American Dream while simultaneously denying a collective route to its fulfillment.

—Cedric de Leon
The Origins of Right to Work

H/T: Erik Loomis

2 thoughts on “The Paradox of the American Dream

  1. I have never understood the opposition to unions when business owners get to do it.

    Well, I understand it but I think it is illogical and stupid.

    • This opens up a whole can of worms. Use the search tool with “libertarian union” for more of what I think.

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