labor

Labor’s Giant Step

February 2022

The explosive history of the CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations), whose innovative techniques and organizing concepts shook the power structure to its core.

Fight to free Peltier heats up

February 2022

Help in the renewed fight to finally free Peltier, Native American leader wrongly convicted for killing two FBI agents during a shoot-out at Pine Ridge Reservation in 1977. Also: carpenter’s strike coverage, and a recent book on the Bolshevik Revolution.

The supply chain blues

December 2021

Megan Cornish, a student and teacher of Marxist economics, looks at the absurdity of capitalists unable to get their goods to market.

La Ley PRO: sindicatos presionan a favor de la reforma audaz

October 2021

Los trabajadores de los Estados Unidos están hartos de las condiciones de trabajo inciertas, losbajos salarios, las horas extras obligatorias, el cese de las prestaciones por desempleo relacionadas con la pandemia y la pérdida de las moratorias de desalojo.

Unions push for bold reform

October 2021

What is the PRO Act? And what will it take to win it? Lessons of history’s militant strikes and solidarity, led by rank-and-file unionists, point the way.