You are here'Right to Work" is truly Orwellian, dangerous phrase
'Right to Work" is truly Orwellian, dangerous phrase
Auther Jack Random, in this CounterPunch.com article, writes that as a fan of George Orwell he wonders if too many of our political leaders have misinterpreted Orwell's classic work "1984" as a how-to book on controlling the masses. Had they read Orwell's earlier autobiographical work "Down and Out in London and Paris," Random says, they would understand that Orwell was a man of the people. His sympathy was planted firmly with the poor, the outcast and the working class. Random goes on to clearly define the dangers of "right to work" legislation and the union-busting people supporting it. Read his full article, "The War on Labor," by visting here.