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Volume 30 Issue 1 (Winter 2021)

Table of Contents

From the Editorial Team

Under the Radar
By Sarah Jaffe
Unreported and under-reported news and views that matter.

On the Contrary

Is Care Work Already the Future?
By Andrew Ross

Labor’s Capital: Why and How to Put Capital at the Service of Labor
By Robert C. Hockett

Left Coalition-Building in the Post-Industrial Heartland: A View from Reading and Berks County
By Sharryn Kasmir

Quantitative Data Tools for Labor Organizing in the Service Sector
By Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Suresh Naidu, Adam Reich, and Patrick Youngblood

Save the News: Campaigning to Preserve Jobs and Democratize Journalism: A conversation with Jon Schleuss
By Kitty Weiss Krupat

Capital Strategies for the Common Good: A Tool for Labor’s Revival
By Patrick Dixon

The Hormel Strike at 35: A Retrospective for Our Times
By Peter Rachleff

Fighting Worker Misclassification in the Era of Covid-19 
By Richard Blum

Working-Class Voices

Backstage with a Makeup Artist
By Kressent Pottenger

Roots of Rebellion: A Guide to Insurgencies from Coast to Coast

From Universal Rent Control to Cancel Rent: Tenant Organizing in New York State
By Celia Weaver

Organized Money: What Is Corporate America Thinking?

Deregulating the Planet
By Max Fraser

Earth to Labor: Dispatches from the Climate Battleground

Five Years on, the Paris Climate Agreement Needs an Overhaul 
By Sean Sweeney

Books and the Arts

A Chinese Dystopia: Designed in California
Dying for an iPhone: Apple, Foxconn and the Lives of China’s Workers
By Dying for an iPhone: Apple, Foxconn and the Lives of China’s Workers
Reviewed by Nelson Lichtenstein

Geographies of Solidarity
The Southern Key: Class, Race, and Radicalism in the 1930s and 1940s
By Michael Goldfield
Reviewed by Kristoffer Smemo

Teacher Organizing for the Common Good
A Collective Pursuit: Teachers’ Unions and Education Reform
By Lesley Lavery
Reviewed by Paul Prescod

Out of the Mainstream: Books and Films You May Have Missed 
By Matt Witt

Poetry

For the City that Nearly Broke Me

I’m Learning Nothing This Night

By Reginald Dwayne Betts

Letters to the Editor

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