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"It's Your Freedom!"  Kansas constitutional amendment for Right to Work, 1958

"It's Your Freedom!" Kansas constitutional amendment for Right to Work, 1958
Creator: Kansans for the Right to Work
Date: 1958
This pamphlet asked Kansans to vote "yes" on Amendment 3 on November 4, 1958. It was published by the Kansans for the Right to Work. It states many reasons for the vote yes.


Right-to-Work laws aim to destroy unions

Right-to-Work laws aim to destroy unions
Creator: Oxnam, Bishop G. Bromley
Date: 1958
This commentary, excerpted from an address by Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, was reproduced by the Kansas State Federation of Labor in 1958. It provides an opposing view to "right to work" legislation. In this article, Bishop Oxnam states "right to work" laws are fraudulent. They are neither intended nor designed to guarantee work or to establish the right to work. The "Right to Work" Amendment was ratified in Kansas in 1958.


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