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Vance Muse (left), a white supremacist and corporate lobbyist who led the fight for anti-union right-to-work laws in the 1940s South, with Texas lumberman John Henry Kirby. The recent Janus decision by the U.S. Supreme Court extends such policies to public-sector unions nationwide. (Photo via the Labor and Working-Class History Association's website.)