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Issue: Summer 2015

Issue number: 2

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An intellectual in public service, Pat Moynihan defied categorization.   Read more

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A look inside the Summer 2015 cover package on new fronts in the labor movement.   Read more

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While men's hair can often be neutral, women's hair is fraught with questions of sexuality, professionalism, and identity.  Read more

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It takes extensive government intervention to assure that gains of automation are broadly shared. Read more

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Whether it's corporate crime, police homicide, or sexual assault, the issue is the same: Does the law apply to everyone? Read more

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At-home caregivers are among the least protected and most undervalued workers in the U.S. Low federal reimbursement rates lay at the heart of the problem.  Read more

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Cincinnati has emerged as a role model of policing reform—but even the best-in-show has a long way to go. Read more

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How sleazy for-profit colleges disproportionately targeted black students. Read more

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The stakes in the new battle over unions have far-reaching implications.   Read more

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How prosecutors and courts collude to keep corrupt executives from doing prison time.  Read more

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After a horrific factory collapse in 2013, pressure from global unions, human rights groups, and reputational damage to big fashion brands led to a groundbreaking accord to improve labor conditions. What has it achieved? Read more

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With inexpensive immersive media about to hit the market, we need to ask: How will they affect us? And can they be put to good use? Read more

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AP Photo/Jaime Henry-White

We need to make deinstitutionalization work for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Read more

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The evidence favors a hypothesis many Americans reject: Immigration has helped reduce crime and revitalize city economies.  Read more

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In the shadow of Qatar's new soccer stadium, Nepali migrant workers face exploitation, injury, and death. Read more

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Just as in the 1850s (with the Dred Scott decision and the Fugitive Slave Act), the Southern labor system (with low pay and no unions) is wending its way north. Read more

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On campuses across America, contingent faculty are fighting back against low wages and precarious employment.  Read more

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Conservatives say marriage equality and health-care laws threaten their religious freedom. Should they be exempt? Read more

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Most charter school funders hate unions and unions generally hate charters. But more and more charter teachers want to unionize, and labor is helping them do it.  Read more

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership displays a deep rift in the Democratic Party. Read more

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