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David Moberg

David Moberg is a senior editor at In These Times.

Organizers see We Are Wisconsin as less aligned with the Democratic Party, and more like a "Tea Party of the left." Read more

Special Report

Will the economy follow Wal-Mart’s race to the bottom—or will social 
counterweights and other business models demonstrate a better way? Read more

Money, Politics and Power

New census figures show that racial integration in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park is holding strong, but old segregation patterns may be replicating in other key neighborhoods. Read more

Article

A Chicago suburb proves that America's neighborhoods don't have to be drawn across racial lines. Read more

Special Report

As SEIU organizes on a global scale, it must adapt its approach to accommodate cultural differences. Read more

Special Report

Why does the Pentagon use low-road companies to feed and clothe our troops? Read more

Special Report

Millions of contract workers whose salaries are ultimately paid by government live in poverty. Uncle Sam should demand high standards, not pay as little as possible. Read more

Special Report

The AFL-CIO has filed a formal complaint with the International Labor Organization over the state of labor law in the United States. How have things gotten so bad? Read more

Article

This week's UAW strike is a reminder that if the company had heeded union demands during the 1970s, substantial portions of our public policy could look radically different. Read more

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Features

Features

With much fanfare, Chicago has moved to decentralize control of what some have called the worst public school system in America. But reform has been financially and politically crippled from the start. Read more

Civil Rights in America