Recently the NYT had an interview with two anti-union teachers in California, who are the faces (but not the funders) of the lawsuit before the Supreme Court on whether unions can charge their members ‘agency fees’.
If the wrong side wins this case, it will have a devastating impact on what remains of the pitifully small American labor movement.
Jersey Jazzman has a good article summarizing and demolishing the arguments made by those two right-wing teachers.
By the way, nearly everything Mark Weber (Jersey Jazzman) writes is excellent. (My goof: for some reason I imagined that the article was by Arthur Goldstein, another excellent writer and teacher.)