The Varieties of Right-to- Work: An Essay in Honor of W.H. Hutt. Baird, Charles W

The natural right of an individual to seek employment without being compelled to join a union should be anintegral aspect of every worker's democratic liberty. However, the precise definition of the right-to-work concept can mean one thing to a free market economist and quite another to a union leader. Dr. Charles Baird examines that doctrine in light of the philosphical views of the noted economist W. H. Hutt. The author also extends his essay to discuss Hutt's related views on the right to strike.