I mentioned this before, but we’re hosting a League Roundtable on the questions facing organized labor in America.
The series was kicked off by Kevin Carson, who wrote about Taft-Hartley and other ways the government has legally restricted the ability of workers to organize.
That was followed up by Mark Thompson, who argued that market anarchy favors labor over management.
Erik Vanderhoff wrote about his own experience in a union.
And today Freddie deBoer laments the lack of pro-labor libertarians and argues that libertarians should be in favor of labor rights, and that a strong labor movement could in fact make government less necessary.
More to come.