The coronavirus pandemic has thrown the sharp inequities in the U.S. into sharp relief. But they have always been there, and this book explains the role of business and government collusion.
“Oil Under Troubled Water” explores Australia’s dirty deals with Timor-Leste. It’s an education every working person needs.
Examples abound that show the ruling class losing faith in Trump. But will their currently wavering confidence ultimately mean much in November?
As city politicians impose austerity budgets and cut social service jobs that hit the poorest hardest, militant essential workers from fields to hospitals and schools are saying, “Tax the rich.”
Dr. Susan Williams’ searing critique of privatized healthcare shows why a nationalized system under workers’ control is the “only option that makes sense.”
Essential and angry! Overwhelmed workers, most of them underpaid women, immigrants and people of color, are bringing unions and communities together in protest.
Trump wants to cut the already low wages of immigrants in the U.S. as “guest workers,” after bailing out their agribusiness bosses with a $16 billion stimulus.
“The bipartisan idea of ‘the economy’ is Wall Street. But that’s not the real-life economy of poor and working folks who need rent money, food, healthcare, education, and safe workplaces.”
Massive transfers of public wealth always go one way — into the hands of the rich.
Hay más de una forma de crear un muro fronterizo. Se puede construir con acero y cemento o con políticas de inmigración tan retorcidas que socavan la solidaridad humana. Este es el muro más fuerte que Trump está construyendo. La administración republicana, como la demócrata anteriormente, está tratando de empujar a los migrantes en la… Read more »