This is the portion of the Railway Labor Act that forbids employers from interfering with the rights of employees to organize. Does FedEx interfere with our ability to organize? Why, yes, they do, don't they? Many sections of the RLA mirror the NLRA, which has provisions that allow organizers onto inaccessible properties (sound familiar?), limit the ability of the employer to "talk down" the union, and permit employees to use non-operational sections of the facility (breakroom, lunchroom, etc) in which to distribute union materials. Try this at FedEx and see what happens. Also, ever been in a "captive meeting", where management told you something like " a union will result in the end of FedEx" or "we'll have to lay people off" etc? It doesn't even have to be a meeting.These are implied threats, and are ILLEGAL. If your manager says something similar to you one-on-one, it is also illegal. FedEx has gotten away with thumbing their noses at labor law for over 40 years. Perhaps it's time to pursue the unionization issue from a different legal perspective.