Source: Jacobin, Issue 22, Summer 2016
How Labor Lost
The Forgotten Militants
Weak working class resistance is rooted in the loss of radical trade unionists.
From Class to Special Interest
Why are US unions less powerful than their Canadian counterparts?
The Long Road to Crisis
The dismantling of autoworker gains was a class project, not the inevitable result of globalization.
Workers of the World
Beverly J. Silver
The potential for workers to resist capital is as strong as ever.
How Labor Can Win
Everything Old Is New Again
Rebuilding the labor movement will take organizing, not just mobilizing.
After the Friedrichs Scare
Joseph A. McCartin
US public sector unions have gotten a reprieve. Will they use it to rebuild, or squander the opportunity?
Beyond Social Movement Unionism
Bringing together weak unions and weak social movements isn’t enough. We need a new kind of socialist party.