Volume 26, Issue 3
Table of Contents
From the Editorial Team
Under the Radar
By Sarah Jaffe
On the Contrary
Info-Tech Is Not the New Utopia
By Howard Brick
Rethinking the Problem of Alliance: Organized Labor and Black Political Life
By Brandon Terry and Jason Lee
What would it take to find common ground?
Labor’s Bill of Rights
By Shaun Richman
What might the Constitution offer a nearly embargoed labor movement?
The Cure Worse than the Disease: Expelling Freeloaders in an Open-Shop State
By Chris Brooks
Why members-only unionism is no solution as “right-to-work” becomes the law of the land.
Labor Movement vs SCOTUS: The Bleak Future of Labor Law
By Sochie Nnaemeka
If the law fails what then?
America the Decrepit: The Trump Plan Won’t Fix the Infrastructure Deficit
By John Miller
Public-private schemes are full of potholes.
Labor’s Fight for Trade Justice in the Trump Era
By Adam Weissman
Trump’s shifting and contradictory statements on trade keep the labor movement guessing.
Italian Neoliberalism and the Decline of the Labor Movement
By Ugo Marani
The north-south divide has crippled the Italian economy and the Italian labor movement.
The Ecstasy and Exploitation of Art Handling
By Clynton Lowry with Kressent Pottenger
Earth to Labor: Dispatches from the Climate Battleground
When Stopping Coal Plant Closures Makes Environmental Sense
By Sean Sweeney
Roots of Rebellion: A Guide to Insurgencies from Coast to Coast
Keeping Public Lands Public: How Oregon’s Rural Communities Rescued the Malheur Wildlife Refuge
By Mariya Strauss
Organized Money: What Is Corporate America Thinking?
Bridges to Nowhere
By Max Fraser
Books and the Arts
Free Markets, Unfree Labor
Private Government: How Employers Rule Our Lives (and Why We Don’t Talk about It)
By Elizabeth Anderson
Reviewed by Ahmed White
Capital without Borders: Wealth Managers and the One Percent
By Brooke Harington
Reviewed by Megan Tobias Neely
Dissent and Solidarity in the Global Economy
Southern Insurgency: The Coming of the Global Working Class
By Immanuel Ness
Building Global Labor Solidarity in a Time of Accelerating Globalization
Edited by Kim Scipes
Reviewed by Nausheen Quayyum
By Solmaz Sharif