Newsletters, bulletins, leaflets, pamphlets, speeches, testimony, articles, and press releases relating to labor unions and
right-to-work laws in the United States.
The National Right to Work Committee, founded in 1955, is a non-profit organization of employees and employers opposing compulsory
union membership in the United States and defending the right of citizens to work, regardless of their union status. The Committee
seeks to inform citizens about the right-to-work movement through the use of various educational materials, including newsletters,
press releases, literature and books, seminars, speakers, radio series and motion pictures. Additionally, the Committee works
to support statewide and national movements to enact right-to-work legislation and uphold Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley
Act (which affirms that states may have right-to-work laws).
7 manuscript boxes
(2.7 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.