How the right to work is changing America, according to an influential former White House strategist.
In a book published Thursday, Robert Gibbs, former White and Congressional Affairs Director for President Donald Trump, argues that the right is the key to economic growth and stability in America.
“If we want to achieve the economic security of the American people and our future, we need to protect the rights of workers and the right of employers to bargain collectively,” Gibbs wrote.
The book, entitled “The Right to Work,” is a sequel to a book that was published in 2014, titled, “The Economic Security of the Country: What the American People Can Do to Make America Stronger and More Prosperous.”
Gibbs, who served as chief strategist to President Donald Trumps administration, argues in the book that the economic gains made by unions and the private sector can be reversed through collective bargaining and the power of the collective bargaining process.
He cites the example of the auto industry, which was founded in the 1930s.
The industry has had a solid run since the advent of the new Ford Model T and the modern auto industry.
The auto industry had an economic boom in the 1960s and 1970s and it had a very strong middle class.
In the 1980s, however, the auto industries collapsed.
But during the next few decades, the American economy started recovering.
Now, according for the book, a generation later, the economy is back to the 1950s.
The new auto industry is now more than 60 percent of the economy.
But the auto workers union has not made good on its promise to rein in its wages.
Instead, the union has been negotiating with the government to raise wages.
And, Gibbs argues, if the union keeps negotiating with management, then it will likely fail to meet the goals of the National Labor Relations Act.
The law requires that a union negotiate directly with management to resolve grievances.
The union is also not doing enough to defend workers in the workplace.
The American Automobile Workers Union (AAWU) has a 30-member bargaining unit, which has the power to take collective action on behalf of workers in an auto factory.
But it has not ratified a contract, which means that the union is not able to enforce its rights.
The union has also been unable to secure the minimum wage of $15 per hour.
Even the national minimum wage has been low, at $7.25 an hour.
The AAWU has also seen a decline in union membership, from 5.5 million members in 2014 to just over 2.7 million in 2017.
The American Federation of Government Employees, which represents government workers, has also declined in membership, which is why President Trump nominated James Clyburn to lead the AAWA.
But, Gibbs said, unions and employers need to make collective bargaining agreements and strike agreements and be ready to negotiate on behalf or on behalf with workers.
He said that while there is no shortage of ideas on how to get rid of the corporate power in the economy, he has one message that has been resonating with him in a recent meeting with the president.
“I’m tired of the old-school conservatives saying, ‘What can we do to get the country back to where it was before?'” he said.
“The only thing that has changed is that we’ve been able to do that.”