The United Auto Workers union has called rolling strikes against the Detroit Three automakers—Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis (formerly Chrysler) since mid-September. The labor action, and other strikes including the strikes that have struck Hollywood films and television, have rekindled debate over the proper role and powers of organized labor in the United States. Joining me to discuss these topics are my colleague Parker Thayer and Dominic Pino, the Thomas L. Rhodes Fellow at National Review Institute.
- Capital Research Center: What You Need to Know About the UAW Strike
- National Review: Organized Labor Is Progressivism and Progressivism Is Organized Labor
- National Review: Republicans: The UAW Will Never Love You
- Capital Research Center: What to Make of American Compass’s “New Conservative Voter”