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Missouri Post-Mortem

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On August 14, 2018
Jake Rosenfeld has a good piece on the meanings of Missouri voters’ overwhelming rejection of the state’s right-to-work law. The decimation of organized labor in Missouri since the last time “right to work” was on the ballot makes the defeat of Proposition A all the more surprising—and, perhaps, important. It is one thing to vote […]
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Missouri is one of the many states who have passed right to work a person to death laws in the last couple of days. But in Missouri, workers are fighting back. It appears that Missouri labor groups will be able to block the state’s new right-to-work law from taking effect Aug. 28. They’ve collected more […]
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Today in Trump’s America

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On February 23, 2017
White people feel emboldened to kill people of color in Trump’s America. A Missouri man is accused of shooting and killing an Indian immigrant engineer he thought was Middle Eastern and wounding two others after shouting “get out of my country” and opening fire. Adam Purinton was arrested after fleeing Austin’s Bar and Grill, a […]

Snowflakes

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On January 30, 2017

This is great: It’s not the first time snowflake has veered from the natural world to the world of slang. In the 1970s snowflake was a disparaging term for a white man or for a black man who was

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