The initiatives and actions of the American people were an essential ingredient in the progressive-democratic thrust in the 1930s and 1960s. The same is true today.
By now, there's been publicity - and lots of management propaganda - about proposals by the National Labor Relations Board to change some rules.
For a while, it looked like the victim might have her day in court, and win justice.
Wisconsin working people and their supporters this week defeated two incumbent state senators who backed Republican Gov. Scott Walker's attacks on collective bargaining rights.
It was 30 years ago this month that Ronald Reagan struck the blow that sent the American labor movement tumbling into a decline it's still struggling to reverse.
Jobs with Justice enters its 25th year facing incredible challenges. In the wake of the just agreed to debt ceiling fight the whole working class faces even greater attack and pain.
California Gov. Jerry Brown surprised many when he vetoed a law needed to ensure that farm workers could actually practice their rights.
Kenneth William Appelhans, a staunch fighter for the rights of all workers, died June 29 at the age of 75.
It's time for progressives to take a moment to join together in offering Gov. Walker thanks.
Dean Zarras, of the Civil Society Trust, has made a momentous discovery, a philosophical leap of world-historical importance that will crush the labor movement once and for all, or so he says.