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On April 5, 1938, oral arguments began before the Supreme Court in the case of NLRB v. Mackay Radio and Telegraph Company. This case, while technically found in favor of labor, showed the very sharp limits of the Court in defending workers’ rights even at the height of the New Deal, when the decision allowed […]
Above: Inmates at Angel Island, the San Francisco prison where Chinese immigrants were held after the passage of the Chinese Exclusion Act Pretty clear that telling leftists to vote for a flawed Democrat over a fascist because of the vacancy on the Supreme Court was total blackmail. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that immigrants, […]
As I have said repeatedly, for all that so-called union reformers want to blame unions for their own problems today, it just doesn’t fit the evidence. Even if many union leaders were (or are) lame and making questionable decisions, it’s far more accurate to place labor’s demise at the hands of the government. As I […]

Labor’s Future

On July 27, 2017

Shaun Richman has a very interesting and deeply thought out proposal for a Labor Bill of Rights that is well worth your time. It all makes sense as a labor and legal strategy for pushing for a reinvig

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