New Titles From NLF Authors

The City Is the Factory examines the “relocation of the space of protest from the factory to the city . . . see[ing] in it a shift that is both historically distinct and politically significant. Across these city-oriented struggles, [the book’s essay’s] focus on the increasing prominence of what Henri Lefebvre called “right to the city” demands and…

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What labor should learn from Trump’s victory: Responding to Cohen, Weingarten and Casey

Unlike Hillary Clinton, a one-time member of the Walmart board of directors, Sanders has been a lifelong friend of labor with the record to prove it. It was Sanders who represented the leftwing of the possible, not Clinton. Moreover, a Sanders presidency was certainly…

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Labor Wars: Two Reasons Why Most Unions Don’t Do Large-Scale Organizing

In this article, views of Shaun Richman are expressed followed by a response from Jonathan Rosenblum Two Reasons Why Most Unions Don’t Do Large-Scale Organizing By Shaun Richman In 2005, the labor movement…

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