Some experts in the field of labor relations believe that when a union can pose a credible threat of a strike to management in the collective bargaining process, both parties-union and management-are motivated to move in the direction of a settlement and reach a labor agreement. They also claim that without a credible strike threat, the two parties are less likely to arrive at a joint agreement. What is the basis for this justification for giving the union the privilege of exercising its right to strike? Do you agree or disagree with this argument? Explain your reasoning.