So right now unions can be formed/joined by secret ballot (soon to be card check?), but does anyone know how a workplace can be deunionized? It sounds like even the union bosses are realizing that the auto unions aren't good for the workers.

On Wednesday, UAW President Ron Gettlefinger predicted there would be no wage cuts as part of the union's concessions to GM and Chrysler. Gettlefinger argued Toyota's workers actually make $2-per-hour more than UAW workers, if you count bonuses. ...

P.S.: So will promoters of greater unionization now boast that with unions, workers can earn $2/hour less?

I don't see how unions can win this in the long run, unless they abandon all pretense of democratic legitimacy.

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