I'm from the Netherlands where we have lots and lots of unions which actually hold quite a bit of power. The collective worker agreements they make per sector for their members are actually the standard for companies here. On the other side workers have unionized as wel. In the end it's fine I guess, not really the point.
What I wanted to ask is why doesn't the US government protect union movements??? In a country that has gotten it's freedom by unionizing against the British trade companies (and government), how can they not support this internally. Is this even a topic or discussion?