The Man Who Could Have Saved Organized Labor
January 01, 2013
The American labor movement is in dire straits. Could a little-known, recently-departed dissident named Jerry Tucker have saved it?
The 2010 Midterms Are Coming Back to Haunt Blue Michigan
December 17, 2012
Why is this blue state enacting such conservative legislation?
We'll All Miss Unions When They're Gone
December 15, 2012
Unionists have never enjoyed true security in America. During the early nineteenth century, they got hauled into court for “conspiring to restrain trade.” In the heyday of Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller, they got accused of fomenting violence and revolution.
"Right to Work" Isn't a Civil Right. But Unionizing Should Be
December 13, 2012
The adoption of so-called "right to work" legislation in Michigan, of all places, represents an historic setback for organized labor. First, Republicans went after public employees in the birthplace of public unions, Wisconsin. And now they have taken the fight to private employee unions in the cradle of modern industrial unionism.