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In this month's issue
AFL-CIO Views the Future of Work -- Strategically
Education is a basic concern of the AFL-CIO. Millennial workers share this focus as one presenter noted that 50 percent of younger workers already have associate degrees or more.
The Spectre Haunting Capitalism Returns: A Celebration of Marx
In our days, everything seems pregnant with its contraries. Machinery, gifted with the wonderful power of shortening and fructifying human labor, we behold starving and overworking it.
Left Unity Call sets path for organizational coordination, capacity building
Critical points made by the speakers focused on the importance of strategic thinking and planning in terms of electoral politics and its place as part of a broader movement strategy.
Failure to fix Metrorail could hammer local economy, report finds
A dedicated-tax source for the funds is still necessary, despite the artful dodging of tax-shy local governments.
Good Reads for June 2018
Progressive pushback coalesces against local giveaways to Amazon HQ2
Our local leaders have shown time and again that they are unable and unwilling to fight for what's best for the marginalized in our region
How a High-Stakes Win For Gamblers in New Jersey Can Help Immigrants in California
If the Justice Department’s suit against California does reach our nation’s highest court NJ Governor Murphy provides a good indicator of how the current court feels about the federal government dictating policy to states.
Summer's here - and the time is right for radical tourism
Radical tourism is not merely about passing a day while visiting another city, but rather looking at the world from the viewpoint of those who challenged the status quo of profit, patriarchy, white privilege and homophobia.