Prop. 75

In a message dated 10/9/2005 8:43:23 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
fschmidt@... writes:

Closed-shop agreements are negotiated between trade unions and


I thought libertarian valued the right to have contracts. This is a
contract, so libertarians should support it.

Arguments in favor of the open shop are that forcing unwilling

workers to

pay union dues is an infringement of their rights;

any contract that is the result of coercion, either thru physical thuggery
or state-enforced laws is not freely entered into, and is not

if you were kidnapped and offered a choice of method of death -- eg by Iraq
terrorist, wd you consider this death-choice an exercise in liberty?

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