Greaves was right when he said that the target of free-market advocates should be all laws that interfere with free association -- including Wagner, Taft-Hartley, and right-to-work. As Hirschel Kasper wrote, "The argument here is not one of whether union security provisions are good or bad; the argument is whether there should be legislation which prohibits them." The nonaggression principle says no.
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