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All the factors that defined the 1914 conflict at Ludlow are with us once again.
These days everyone wants to ‘create opportunity,’ but few want a class war.
A new film about the labor leader reduces him to a caricature and ignores his true strengths as an organizer.
Senior politicians in both parties have become so intoxicated by the idea of an American surge in energy production that they have lost their senses.
According to the IPCC’s latest report, global warming is already hurting people, especially the poor, and is bound to get worse in the years ahead.
The fate of public sector unionism lies with a single Supreme Court justice—and not the one you’d want.
What happens when a computer sets your schedule?
Now that household items connect to the Internet, what people do with their private lives will be monitored ever more closely.
The conservative businessman and activist talks to The Nation about his unlikely support for raising the minimum wage, his views on immigration and more.
Most states shut down their debtors’ prisons more than 100 years ago; in 2005, Harpersville, Alabama, opened one back up.
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