Labor Plays Its Hand Labor Plays Its Hand

Unions have improved their political game but are unhappy with the results.

Oct 24, 2002 / Feature / David Moberg

Going Down the Road Going Down the Road

he Powers That Be constantly try to keep the progressive majority divided: workers against environmentalists, enviros against farmers, farmers against consumers, consumers agai...

Sep 12, 2002 / Editorial / Jim Hightower

The Soul of the Worker The Soul of the Worker

I was born into the House of Labor. My father was a Teamster who drove a truck for thirty-five years. He died with his first retirement check in his pocket, uncashed.

Aug 28, 2002 / Editorial / Dennis Kucinich

Reforming the Teamsters Reforming the Teamsters

Even shrunken from its high point, the Teamsters union is a major force in the American labor movement--for both good and ill. On the plus side, building on its celebrated UPS ...

Aug 15, 2002 / Editorial / David Moberg

Union Blues at Wal-Mart Union Blues at Wal-Mart

Attempts to organize are squelched by a flying column of unionbusters.

Jun 20, 2002 / Feature / John Dicker

It’s Payback Time It’s Payback Time

Labor-backed politicians are being asked to return the favor in union fights.

Jun 13, 2002 / Feature / David Moberg

Unions on the Net Unions on the Net

Unions are gradually making fuller use of the Internet's capacities to improve communication with their own staffs or members. But increasingly they are also using the web to recr...

Jun 6, 2002 / Feature / Joel Rogers and Richard B. Freeman

A Proposal to American Labor A Proposal to American Labor

Let's create "open-source unions," and welcome millions into the movement.

Jun 6, 2002 / Feature / Joel Rogers and Richard B. Freeman

Letter From Italy Letter From Italy

From Padua's Piazza Insurrezione, where I was standing at 11 in the morning on April 16, the general strike--Italy's first in twenty years--looked and sounded like a great success...

May 16, 2002 / Feature / Joanne Barkan

Power Politics at Yale Power Politics at Yale

As a Russian studies major at Yale in the 1970s, I observed Soviet "elections" that were conducted more fairly than the 2002 Yale Corporation's board of trustees election. Why is ...

May 16, 2002 / Editorial / Sherrod Brown