Widra was a cashier at a large clothing store in her town. Believing her wages were below those offered by the store’s competitors, she began to speak with her co-employees about the possibility of becoming affiliated with a national union. The manager of the clothing store heard about these conversations and warned her not to have these discussions. When Widra refused, the manager fired her. a. Does Widra have the right to discuss the possibility of becoming affiliated with a union despite her manager’s objections? b. Does the manager have the right to warn Widra not to have these discussions? c. Does Widra have the right to hire an attorney to represent her? d. Would it matter if the wages at the clothing store were higher than those of competitors?