...as a human right. I've seen a lot of this lately, from multiple corners of the web.
What an interesting concept.
Y'know, when business owners engage in collective bargaining, it's collusion, and it's illegal.
But if it's a human right, I guess gas stations have a -right- to get together and set gas prices for an entire city. Which y'know, I find hard to disagree with, but I suspect my friends from the left currently yelling about attacks on collective bargaining might.
As usual, none of this is really about human rights, but rather propping up a favored political class which forms a cornerstone of (financial) support for one of the two political parties in power.