I do not believe you understand how our economy works or the concept of "middle class"
Jack, I don't pretend to understand all the ramifications of changes to the law about unions but one thing I do know - we are going to keep losing jobs no matter what new laws might be enacted!
That being said, can you name any instance in the last decade or so where having a union had saved jobs?
Can you name any instance where having a union has attracted new employers to any town or region? Where having a union has CREATED jobs?
Seems to me we're arguing politics on the deck of the Titanic...
When people earn a wage for providing a service or product they are then reimbursed with a monetary sum.
In turn these people use their monetary sums to buy other services/products/pay taxes/save/etc.
The more money that goes to the middle class,the more money circulated within the economy.
Less money going to the middle class and more going to the 1% = bad news for the economy!!!
If you do not understand the importance of this,or have forgotten then you it's pointless.