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More Fun with Supply Chains

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On April 27, 2022
You’d think that over two years into the pandemic that our economic betters would have realized that siting most of our industrial production in one dictatorship is actually a very bad idea with enormous consequences if anything goes wrong. For example, in the early months of the pandemic, once the CDC finally gave solid advice […]

Tugboat

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On April 10, 2022

While most everyone in the labor writing world is having hot takes on Amazon, Sarah Jaffe continues to explore the myriad ways people are getting screwed over in industries far off our radar screen, s

Truckers

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On February 11, 2022

It’s true enough that truckers through the entire British diaspora are evidently going to lead the revanchist working class violent revolution against decency. But that doesn’t mean trucke

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Saving the planet by creating new energy systems under the same system of unregulated capitalism that created the contemporary crisis is…..more than a little problematic. As we continue to have no regulation over supply chains and allow companies to engage in the most egregious behavior without any sense of responsibility or accountability, the result is […]
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Rethinking the Supply Chains

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On November 18, 2021
I am off to give a talk at a labor law conference in Minnesota where I am revisiting some of my discussions of globalization and the need for a Corporate Accountability Act. It’s worth noting that there is a lot of conversations all of a sudden around monitoring and policing supply chains, even outside the […]
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