Exit of Scott Walker from 2016 Republican Party Nomination Process: Why Labor Union Bursting is not good for National Politics?
What started in Wisconsin in 2011 – reorganization of public sector unions - is what Scott Walker was going to nationalize, if he had obtained the Republican nomination and went on to win US Presidency. American Union Leaders already suffer for lack of union dues and more than twice the time, many public workers are opting out from joining public sector unions for a number of reasons better left for discussions, other days. However, the long-run changes that the Union instability challenges in Wisconsin has created, may ripple to other states and the resulting effect on labor wages and salaries may be complex. It is not so much a question of more instability in Unionization of American Workers; but rather, the new system of multi-sectoral unions that are probably unable to work together, act together and achieve a level of advocacy for labor through electoral politics and lobbying, is now the new order in Wisconsin, baring a nationwide possibility. The solution to this problem would not come overnight as this singular effort from a college dropout politician, Scott Walker, seems to have re-written the rule of Labor Union Advocacy.