Congress and Biden override rail worker collective bargaining rights

Congress and Biden override rail worker collective bargaining rights

Giving in to the President and rail bosses, the new bill imposes a contract without the seven sick days rail workers demanded.

By Mark Gruenberg And John Wojcik

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Despite the ban, queers made important contributions to U.S. Communist movement

By Eric A. Gordon

Bettina Aptheker knows whereof she speaks. The daughter of Party leader Herbert Aptheker, and a 17-year member of the Party herself, she adopts the “new journalism” approach to history.

Despite the ban, queers made important contributions to U.S. Communist movement