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This chapter considers the future of union security in the wake of six decades of constitutional and statutory attacks on union dues and fair share fees. The chapter briefly surveys statutory and constitutional restrictions on union security agreements, fair share fees, dues checkoff through payroll deduction, and democratic workplace representation based on majority rule. It then explores mechanisms that would allow unions to develop relationships with the workers they represent, which is the key to sustainable funding and union-worker accountability. As the Supreme Court will certainly have many more opportunities to decide cases that would outlaw various forms of union-worker advocacy, including the settled principle of workplace democracy based on majority rule, the future of union security can be assured only by continuous organizing.