Public Unions, Good or Bad for America?
Stephen Moore and Thea Lee debated the merits of public sector unions. In a mock trial, Ms. Lee, assisted by Professor Shoemaker,… read more
Stephen Moore and Thea Lee debated the merits of public sector unions. In a mock trial, Ms. Lee, assisted by Professor Shoemaker, defended against a charge that public service employee unions have harmed the country. Mr. Moore prosecuted. They made opening and closing statements and examined witnesses. The jury found against Ms. Lee in a split decision. Jeffrey Verdon presided.
Stephen Moore is the co-author of Return to Prosperity. Thea Lee is the co-author of The Field Guide to the Global Economy.
“Public Unions: Good or Bad for America?” was “The Big Debate” held at FreedomFest, a libertarian conference held annually at Bally’s in Las Vegas. close
People in this video
- Steven M. Greenhut Editor-in-Chief Pacific Research Institute->CalWatchdog
- Thea M. Lee Deputy Chief of Staff AFL-CIO
- John P. Mackey Co-Founder and Co-CEO Whole Foods Market
- Stephen "Steve" Moore Member Wall Street Journal->Editorial Board
- Spencer J. Pack Professor Connecticut College->Economics
- Karl B. Shoemaker Associate Professor University of Wisconsin-Madison->History Department
- Jeffrey Verdon Attorney
- Chip Wood Founder and CEO Soundview Publications
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