Another Thing That I Wish That I Had Said

Several weeks ago, I was at a meeting for the leaders of “We Are Ohio” member and allied groups in southwestern Ohio, and one of the featured speakers asked the following rhetorical question about the corporate-funded “right to work” campaigns:

“When was the last time that you heard of corporations spending millions of dollars to expand the rights and to improve the working conditions of the workers in their states?”



3 thoughts on “Another Thing That I Wish That I Had Said

  1. Henry Ford, when he first started out, paid his workers better-than-market wages, in exchange for their undying loyalty and performance.

    His attitude toward workers suffered a horrible reversal over time, complete with Ford employing a cadre of goons to keep workers in line.

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