Citations:right to work
ME « 15th c.
"By the 1930s, the phrase 'right to work' was common in American political parlance, and it was meant to draw a contrast to labor’s claim of a right to strike."
1968 (revised 2008), William Safire:
Right to work is a management slogan that has been adopted as the generic term for anti–compulsory-union legislation, which labor refers to as 'labor-busting laws.'" 
References [ edit ]
^ Palmer, Brian ( 2012-12-12), “Why Are Anti-Union Laws Called 'Right to Work'?”, in (Please provide the title of the work) (in English),  , retrieved Slate 2012-12-12
1968 (revised edition: 2008), Safire, William, (Please provide the book title or journal name) , New York City, New York, United States: Oxford University Press,  , page 627: ISBN 987-0-19-534334-2 Invalid ISBN