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Established to support open-shop campaigns, the National Right to Work Committee (NRWC) stressed prosperity above the need to preserve agricultural elites.
The National Right to Work Committee has put together a list of what it views as the top 10 most egregious powers and exploitative privileges that have been granted to labor unions by federal politicians, bureaucrats, and judges:
Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Manufacturers, Business-Industry Political Action Committee, National Association of Business Political Action Committees, National Right to Work Committee, National Rifle Association, and American Civil Liberties Union.
Clayton Roberts of the National Right to Work Committee, a lobbying organization opposed to union dues being used for contributions to political campaigns, says, "We've been involved in several cases, complaints that we have filed with the FEC against both Mondale and various labor unions, including the NEA and the AFL-CIO, where the FEC has found in our favor in every count.
My unblemished voting record on the issue of right to work, according to the National Right To Work Committee, is a testament to that fact.
Members of the CNP lead such arch-conservative organizations as the Christian Coalition, Gun Owners of America, Focus on Family, the National Right to Work Committee, the Heritage Foundation and the Conservative Caucus.
A graduate of SUNY Fredonia, Brian recently worked as a field staffer for the National Right to Work Committee.
Times-Picayune, 10/26/96) CNP members lead such organizations as the Christian Coalition, Gun Owners of America, Focus on Family, the National Right to Work Committee, the Heritage Foundation and the Conservative Caucus.