Why Cops And Their ‘Unions’ Have No Place In The Labor Movement
We face a glaring contradiction with the inclusion of police in the labor movement. The struggle against racist oppression is crucial to labor’s cause, but the professionals of repression are included in one labor body after another.
How We Ended Up With The Myth Of The Evil Labor Union
Much of antipathy toward labor unions in the U.S. can be traced to an economic myth: the "wage-price spiral."
Lawmakers Must Empower Unions To Combat Growing Inequality In US
Working people have been thwarted in their efforts to bargain for better wages by attacks on unions.