Believe in free enterprise.
Believe in the right of employees and employers to engage in individual or collective bargaining to determine wages and working conditions, within the boundaries of the law.
Believe in the responsibility of employers for the general welfare of employees and for fair compensation, as well as the responsibility of employees for satisfactory performance.
Support sound legislation around worker compensation, safety, and unemployment.
Support legislation that embraces fair play for employers and employees and promotes the preservation of the free enterprise system.
Oppose monopolies and price or wage fixing in the public and private sector, as these are detrimental to free enterprise.
Believe in and support legal protection of the rights of employees, regardless of race, color, creed, age, sex, national origin or relationship to any labor organization, and in equal work opportunities for legal residents.
Believe in the responsibility of all branches of government as stewards of taxpayer dollars, and therefore support the awarding of government contracts only to the lowest responsible bidder and oppose unjust pressure to violate these principles.
Believe that cooperation, reconciliation, free enterprise, and a democratic government best serves all Americans, and that business leaders have a responsibility for preserving these by becoming active in political and civic affairs.
Oppose violence, coercion, intimidation and the denial of the rights of employees and employers.