The Left

Revolutionary Leadership, not Apathy

December 29, 2016 admin 0

Many revolutionaries rightly recognize that the labor movement is weak and decimated. Unions are under siege, losing their last strongholds to the forces of capital one by one. This requires us to address difficult questions […]

USA

Trade Unionists on the Oil Workers Strike

February 10, 2015 Editor 0

The headline was “Tesoro L.A. Refinery workers vote to authorize strike”, but, this was nearly three years ago. (Reuters, April 19, 2012) Two years before that a refinery disaster at the same company’s Anacortes refinery […]

Labor

Fight for $15: Conflict of Interest

September 11, 2014 admin 1

Thursday, September 4th saw the largest fast food workers’ concerted action in U.S. history, with workers in 150 cities walking off the job – around 400 of whom were arrested for civil disobedience, mainly blocking […]