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Wu

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On November 3, 2021
Since it is Boston Mayor Day here at LGM, we should also focus on the great win of Michelle Wu. The progressive wing of the Democratic Party wasn’t able to win the presidency. Or the Virginia governorship. Or even the New York mayor’s office. But the wonky, very progressive Michelle Wuwon the mayoral election in […]
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Organizing for Power

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On May 5, 2021
I was very happy to write the conclusion for the new book of essays organized and edited by Aviva Chomsky and Steve Striffler, Organizing for Power: Building a 21st Century Labor Movement in Boston, which is just published by Haymarket Books. I am also hosting a conversation with Avi and Steve next Tuesday, May 11, […]

Urban Renewal

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On October 16, 2015

I’m not sure how many museum exhibits have dealt with the disaster that is urban renewal honestly, especially in the affected neighborhood. So I really want to see this exhibit. In part so I can

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Dead Bid Walking

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On March 23, 2015
The ridiculous attempt to put the Olympics in Boston in 2024 is dying on the vine. Hosting the Olympics is a terrible idea for any city. For a old, cramped, expensive city like Boston with no room to grow and huge traffic problems, it’s pretty much the worst idea imaginable.
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