The plutocratic domestic terrorist Koch brothers and their greedy, selfish self above all else Koch Donor Network of anti-democracy billionaire libertarians (anti-government, which means anti-people here in the U.S.) like to ignore our Constitution's "right to assemble" with their anti-union militancy. This has been going on ever since an Alzheimer's-afflicted Ronald Reagan was scripted by his Koch-owned handlers to abruptly fire the air traffic controllers union (PATCO) in 1988 without any attempt to arbitrate---and thus signaled ALL OUT WAR on America's full-time workers, especially our union workers with benefits like paid vacations, overtime pay, a vested pension fund, and employer-provided health care. Thus began the years dubbed by First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton as the ERA OF [CORPORATE] GREED that the Ayn Rand (selfish self above all else) GOP has chosen to embrace.
A great book describing the damages of the Reagan era is available on amazon.com: "America, What Went Wrong?" (1991) by Donald Bartlett and James Steele. I sent this book to a campaigning Bill Clinton for his Leo birthday and he used it in a campaign speech. We lost our manufacturing based once the PATCO firing unleashed bottomless-pit corporate greed with a "green light" for corporate CEOs who became cruel to their full-time workers to push for a strike, then replacing those strikers with permanent part-time replacements. The greed was a fiery dragon devouring everything in its path, so it wasn't long before CEOs decided illegal immigrants would work for less than minimum wage without complaint---and so Reagan/Bush-Bush/Quayle turned a blind eye to illegal immigration so that these corporate bosses could feed Wall Street investors by "expanding profit margins" at workers' expense. Soon even this greed-seed could not be satisfied...and so the GOP's OUTSOURCING to third-world countries became the Republican-sought "norm"---like to India where the ANNUAL salary is a paltry $200 a year!
No, there should not be a [MISNAMED] non-union, a.k.a., "right to work" state here in the U.S.---American workers have the RIGHT TO ASSEMBLE and to be REPRESENTED. As a long-time self-appointed labor advocate after the firing of PATCO, however, I recommend that our unions should have gone international when all the Reagan era outsourcing began. They should have then and could still set up union offices in these third-world nations to "rabble rouse" (get unions started), and that would make outsourcing not as profitable for the CEOs who do it.