Who Protects the Worker?

Many people mistakenly believe that unions and government action are the primary ways in which workers obtain higher wages and living standards. Professor Friedman handily refutes such fallacies and reminds us that the worker’s own skills and abilities are what protect him/her.

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  1. Unions are only legitimate in the sense that they are established on a voluntary basis and aren’t propped up by the state.

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