Boeing Is Pro-Growth, Not Anti-Union

Washington's actions have assaulted the capitalist principles that have sustained America's competitiveness since it became the world's largest economy nearly 140 years ago. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Kelly Garrett - May 10, 2011 - 3:58 PM PDT
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Edited by: Kelly Garrett - May 11, 2011 - 7:07 AM PDT

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by Kelly Garrett - May. 11, 2011

A carefully written criticism of the NLRB's conclusion that Boeing acted unlawfully when it decided to build a new plant in South Carolina after failing to reach an agreement with union leadership in Washington state. Some of the claims are obviously one-sided, some of the views expressed are extreme, and anger seems to bubble through at time, none of which is surprising given that the author is the CEO of Boeing. Nevertheless, the letter clearly conveys Boeing's position, and provides ample opportunity for a thoughtful response.

The NLRB is wrong and has far overreached its authority. Its action is a fundamental assault on the capitalist principles that have sustained ... More »

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