“There Oughta Be a Law”

Catherine Kemp and Marianne Garneau argue that law doesn’t advance social progress, but instead tries to halt the power struggles that do.

Workplace struggles are political

Marianne Garneau challenges a predominant view among labor radicals that “politics” takes place in a sphere separate from the struggle over the control of work.

The problem with leaders

Marianne Garneau discusses the challenges of handling organic social leaders in a workplace organizing campaign.