Labor Monopolies or Freedom
From the author:
This book has been written to present the basic facts and principles in regard to labor unions and collective bargaining. I believe that most of the thinking about labor unions is based on emotionalism rather than reason. Many arguments have been advanced by those who have an ax to grind — by labor organizers who live on the dues collected, by politicians who seek the votes of "labor," and by employers who are harassed by labor union activities.
Arno Press & The New York Times, New York 1972