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Rest Easy, Reed Larson: The Man The Unions Hate The Most

Rest Easy, Reed Larson: The Man The Unions Hate The Most

Mr. Reed E. Larson passed away late Saturday, September 17, 2016.

From the Right to Work committee:

After a visit to the United States, a noted British journalist wrote a column in the London Daily Telegraph about the Right to Work movement.

National Right to Work Committee President Reed Larson, the journalist wrote, is "the man that American trade union bosses most love to hate."

It was a tribute, not based on passion, but on the solid record of accomplishments chalked up by the National Right to Work Committee under Larson's leadership.

Tribute to Reed Larson from Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate:

"Reed Larson's excellent standard of world wide service to the real victims of forced unionism and crony capitalists who sold out to forced union membership, made prosperity possible for millions of workers worldwide, " said Eugene Delgaudio President of Public Advocate.

Delgaudio continued: "Larson is the most under-recognized, by the U.S. media, and not as well known as other genuine giants of the grass roots movement of conservatives over the past 50 years.

He, Reed Larson, was the most gentlemanly of the giants of the conservative movement with the biggest stick and the tallest stature of them all.

Humble and yet resolute to defend real victims of collectivism, he galvanized the vast multitudes to bring political power to the average small donor in America, as much as few others in America in recent decades," said Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate

More at this page on his long life of service as head of the Right To Work Committee:

This is a video collection of the many times Larson was interviewed on news programs.