The workers who lost the 1892 Homestead Strike would find the situation today all too familiar: employers using strike replacements to destroy labor’s most potent weapon.
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In cities and states nationwide, centrist billionaires are working to unseat progressive Democrats.
A new report links the drop in union membership with the rise in income inequality. But labor activists are finding new ways to help workers.
The union leader on the intersection of racial and economic justice, winning union recognition, and the electoral power of low-wage workers.
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