The eruption of 15M as a nonpartisan and nonunionist
movement claiming a real democracy delegitimizes the narrative of the party system and resituates politics outside the interpretative framework of the CDT.
Whenever there is a nonunionist working with the members of the union, the union men must leave their places until the nonunionist is expelled.
The rules of the union do not permit the laundries to keep nonunionists to work, except in cases where a permanent employee leaves his work for sickness or other causes, when a nonunionist can take his place for a short time.
In regard to this object, they do about the same as the European or American labor unions; they go on a strike against the employer who employs nonunion men to work with them, and resist the nonunionists with physical force, if necessary, while a strike is going on.
Instead, across nations, worker and manager autonomy, unionist and nonunionist
autonomy, vary together.
Mr Varadkar has been increasingly appealing to nonunionists
in his speeches lately.
His destiny after his release from the camp in 1941 is just one example of the numerous Jewish refugee musicians who continued to be victims of systematic exclusion by Australian state organizations such as the Musicians' Union of Australia, which prevented nonunionists
from performing while refusing noncitizens union membership.
Although initially sympathetic to the labor cause, "property-minded citizens were scared by the seizure of factories, incensed when strikers interfered with the mails, vexed by the intimidation of nonunionists
, and alarmed by flying squadrons of workers who marched, or threatened to march, from city to city" (Leuchtenburg  2009, p.
Leigh (1986) found that desire for union representation was not much influenced by the level of satisfaction among union members, but rose sharply among nonunionists
with job dissatisfaction.
Leuchtenburg (1963) observed, "Property-minded citizens were scared by the seizure of factories, incensed when strikers interfered with the mails, vexed by the intimidation of nonunionists
, and alarmed by flying squadrons of workers who marched, or threatened to march, from city to city" (242).
In 1984, 20 percent more white unionists voted Democratic than white nonunionists