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Trade Unionist Harry Bridges Remade the Labor Movement

Gabriel Winant Jacobin
Radical labor leader Harry Bridges helped create one of the US's most powerful unions, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union. Its founding principles were anti-racism and worker autonomy, which he learned from rank-and-file dockworkers and


The Many Worlds of American Communism

Joel Wendland-Liu Marx & Philosophy Review of Books
This new study of the Communist Party USA, says, reviewer Wendland-Liu, "is at its best in its detailed treatment of political debates and the labor histories of the formative period and the popular front period."

Want a Labor Party? Learn From the UK

Eric Blanc Labor Politics
What is the most viable path to a working-class party in the United States? How to Implode a Two-Party System from Within.


Despite the Losses, the Singing Continues

Luis Rodriguez Capital & Main
From rust belt assembly lines to Amazon warehouses, former Los Angeles poet laureate Luis Rodriguez reminds us that labor has always been at the center of the American story.

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In Obama’s Working, There Is No Way Out

Alex N. Press Jacobin
Barack Obama abandoned his commitments to unions, and many top staffers went to work for the gig economy. In his Netflix series Working, the former president bears witness to workers’ suffering as if it were immutable.

Cancelling Elizabeth Gurley Flynn

Mary Anne Trasciatti Labor and Working Class History Association
Republican lawmakers in New Hampshire had a marker at Elizabeth Gurley Flynn's childhood home removed just two weeks after it was unveiled, arguing that Flynn did not deserve such recognition because she was “un-American.”
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