Category: US

David Bacon: The Workers’ Scorecard on NAFTA

Worker solidarity may prove to be NAFTA’s most important product

Peter Dreier: Rosa Parks: Angry, Not Tired

Parks’ defiance of Montgomery’s segregation laws was not an isolated incident. It was part of a lifelong crusade to dismantle Jim Crow

Jordan Flaherty: Treme Rewrites Post-Katrina History

Treme will eventually be seen as a successful storytelling experiment, taking television somewhere it hasn’t really been

Steve Early: Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win?

Any review of the recent ups and downs of U.S. labor must start in Michigan

Barbara Garson: The Public-Private Profiteers

If you want to play doctor, don’t hire an insurance company as your receptionist

Ron Daniels: A Time to “Break Silence”

Blacks Being “Screwed” By Immigration Reform

Robert Jensen: ‘Declaring Victory Wherever We Can’

An interview with Cynthia Kaufman on Getting Past Capitalism: History, Vision, Hope

Don Fitz: Rat Gives Monsanto the Run-Around

The company must be feeling international heat if it has half a dozen local cops chase a rat across the front lawn of Monsanto World Headquarters

Juan Cole: Officials who should be in Jail instead of Snowden

The vindictiveness toward Edward Snowden in official Washington has nothing to do with law-breaking and everything to do with the privileges of power

Seth Sandronsky: New Jersey’s Education Cerf-dumb

There are many important lessons to be gleaned in the ongoing fight against New Jersey’s education “Cerf-dumb”

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