Montana is the only true “free” State because it outlawed “Employment-at-Will.”  The doctrine of “Employment-at-Will” is based on Horace Gray Wood’s 1877 treatise on master-slave relations.  Wood cited four bogus judicial cases as authority for his rule that when a hiring was indefinite, the burden of proof was on the servant/slave to prove that an indefinite employment term was for one year.  Thus, all case law for employment-at-will is based on the dubious precedent of master-slave relationships.  This is akin to basing Civil Rights case law on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1857 Dred Scott decision which ruled that “negroes (were) beings of an inferior order, and altogether unfit to associate with the white race.”

The above blue-colored States are “Right to Work” States.  Essentially, they’re all the former slave  States, plus several Western States that the National Right to Work Committee -- one of the wealthiest and most powerful Wall Street lobbies in the United States -- cowed into becoming Right-to-Work States.  Though the NRWC never admits to the same motives as the Confederacy, i.e., maintaining a pool of cheap labor, that is its chief reason for its existence, not freeing labor to work.  Freeing labor to work has the eerie similarity to the Nazi slogan “Work Sets You Free.”  A sign bearing that title hung above the entrance of the Auschwitz death camp.  In fact,  the NRWC knows full well that the average union employee earns $5,000 more per year than a non-union employee.  Does that mean that the yellow States pictured above are “free States”?  No.

Above shows the traditional so-called slave States of the Confederacy.  Though virtually all slaves were Negro, it’s a myth to believe that American slavery was based on  race or racial superiority.  It wasn’t.  It was based on maintaining a pool of cheap labor.