With respect to employer behavior, it is commonly believed that the firing of the public-sector air traffic controllers by President Ronald Reagan during the illegal PATCO strike in 1981 created a climate in which it was acceptable for private-sector employers to actively fight unions and resist their legal strikes. What arguments might someone give to support this acceptance? What arguments might someone give to dispel the logic of this acceptance? Do you think the President made the right decision in firing the air traffic controllers? Why or why not?