A new study finds that U.S. union membership lowers white workers’ “racial resentment.” Eric Dirnbach explores what this means for the labor movement and the fight against white nationalism. The attack at the U.S. Capitol reinvigorated a discussion of the politics of Trump supporters. Trumpist more »
Carmen Molinari, Lexi Owens, and Robert Fontana argue that worker cooperatives are not the institutions for fighting capitalism that many on the left take them to be.
A tech worker critiques campaigns that begin by creating the “top” of the organization first (name, demands, public presence, organizational leaders) instead of building up from ground-level organizing.
Gregory Butler argues that the DSA and Jacobin’s “rank-and-file strategy” in the construction industry consists mostly in pushing policy from above, leaving out worker concerns and worker organizing.