Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in Political Science (MA)
Robert L. Savage
Kenneth D. Bailey
Second Committee Member
Group model, agency or union shops, classical liberalism, modern liberalism
Providing explanations of why governments or political systems adopt the public policies they do is and has been a goal of political science for some time. The purpose of this paper is to investigate one specific policy out-come -- so called "right-to- work" laws -- in the context of the political environment provided by two Southern states: Arkansas and Louisiana.1 Specifically, an effort will be made to determine what environmental factors have tended to encourage the adoption of right-to-work laws and how the proponents and opponents of such laws have attempted to influence their passage or repeal.
Bledsoe, T. A. (1978). Contributing Factors to the Existence of Right-to-Work Laws in Two Southern States. Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/2595