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Fighting to Win

Monday, June 25, 2012

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Fighting to Win

"Reviving the Strike" argues that workers’ only real bargaining power is their ability to stop production and, to do this, workers must fight as a class. By abandoning these tactics, unions have lost their ability to defend the working class. Explains what it will take to revive the strike and regain lost ground.

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“We give them so much, and they give us so little back”

Sunday, November 14, 2010

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“We give them so much, and they give us so little back”

The members of UNITE-HERE Local 75 know that nothing is won without a fight and that class solidarity is the best medicine. They inspire us all.

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Inequality: The Root Source of Sickness

Saturday, October 31, 2009

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Inequality: The Root Source of Sickness

America has the worst health statistics in the industrialized world because it is the most unequal society in the industrialized world. Social inequality affects the health of populations even more than access to medical care.

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Solidarity Divided: A Return to Class Politics?

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

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Solidarity Divided: A Return to Class Politics?

"Solidarity Divided" argues that unions must undergo a fundamental transformation to champion the interests of the entire working class. Is this possible?

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Book Review: Solidarity Divided

Monday, July 27, 2009

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Book Review: Solidarity Divided

by Immanuel Ness - Solidarity Divided is the first major work to address seriously - without personal attacks and exaggeration - the 2005 crisis and split of organized labor.

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How Can We Organize Across National Borders?

Saturday, September 8, 2007

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How Can We Organize Across National Borders?

Two principles are key to organizing across national borders: self-determination and solidarity.

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The Science of Social Change

Saturday, August 18, 2007

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The Science of Social Change

Capitalism is structured to keep most people feeling powerless most of the time, regardless of what they know and despite the fact that they are the majority. So how can we create change?

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Solidarity is Better than Charity

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

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Solidarity is Better than Charity

Charity should not be needed in a world of abundance.

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