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California news and analysis from The Nation
June 7, 2016
Now That San Francisco’s Police Chief Has Resigned, What’s Next for the Activists Who Fought for His Removal?
They say their work is about a lot more than just replacing a police chief.
June 3, 2016
Donald Trump Has Yet Another Epic Meltdown
Hillary Clinton roasted Trump in her best speech yet, while Paul Ryan caved.
May 31, 2016
Jerry Brown Delivers a Serious, Savvy, and Important Endorsement of Hillary Clinton
California’s governor, who has a history of wrangling with the Clintons and the Democratic establishment, makes a case for anti-Trump unity.
May 6, 2016
Citizens Are Not Consumers
When education gets outsourced, students lose.
May 2, 2016
$15 an Hour Won’t Help These Workers
A higher minimum wage is necessary, but not enough, to lift part-time workers out of poverty.
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April 6, 2016
We Are Winning the Fight for $15
What started with 200 workers striking in New York has ballooned into a national movement wielding real political power.
March 31, 2016
Meet the Long-Forgotten Organizer Who Inspired Cesar Chavez to Become an Activist
In 1952, Fred Ross appeared at Chavez’s door. The meeting changed Chavez’s life—and farmworker history.
March 28, 2016
Worker Cooperatives Are More Productive Than Normal Companies
When maximizing profits isn’t the only goal, companies can actually work better.
March 15, 2016
Los Angeles Rams Owner Wanted Players to Still Be Classified as St. Louis Workers
Billionaire Stan Kroenke wished to take his NFL team to California. Yet he missed one thing about Missouri: the labor laws.
March 1, 2016
The Struggle to Unionize Within LA’s Biggest Charter Chain
And the lengths that Alliance College-Ready Public Schools will go to stop it.