Last time I checked, Hitler dissolved union, and went for supporting wage gap between the big guy and the little guys. No, he wouldn't. And before you say anything about the party name, the platform isn't compatible with what the party name is, and another thing, before you say anything, I'm not a socialist either.
I'm a longtime union member and this is utterly unviable. If you don't want any jobs in America, that would be the way to do it. Unionism is about standing up for fairness in the workplace, not enforcing the will of labour on its employers. A good union works with businesses for their mutual benefit.
If anything, a better capitalist system would actually stay in the United States. More workers' right would bring more incentives to work. Some of the richest countries are based on progressive capitalism ideology, and California for example would be the 5th richest country alone if it was a country.
no. I rather like going to Walmart that isn't union based and I am not paying a lot like I have to when I go to stores that is union based. don't like the union boycott things that don't use them, do like the union then use places that focus on the union. once upon a time the union was useful, now it's a complete waste. it can sometimes help, but anymore, it's focused on politics and other agenda/propaganda instead of the real purpose they were created in the first place.
fun fact, there aren't many companies that have money in American banks, they are over seas, and follow over seas rules, same goes of where company is of origins. so seems sort of pointless. I rather like right to work. people should pay their fair share in taxes, fix the loopholes and fixes the tax problem. but there again, it will fix it for where the company is, not America. or UK or whatever government/country you're from. people have a right to be rich, not everyone is born into money, some actually made their money by capitalism, the goods and services. don't use a service, they won't get the money.