Unions

Labor’s Janus-Faced Juncture

Janus was the god of turning points and transitions. Now a Supreme Court case that bears this name threatens to mark a watershed for organized labor, and not a good one.

By Joseph A. McCartin

Trump Taking Us Back in Time on Labor Rights

A Trump NLRB may well overturn most of the major precedents of the Obama era, as this week's appointments have further elucidated.

By Sharon Block

The Untold History of Charter Schools

Despite persistent myths, progressives have always fought against the tide in a campaign that has, from the start, looked at public institutions and labor with a wary eye.

By Rachel Cohen

The Perils of a Partisan NLRB

Although recent decisions are worth celebrating, our labor rights are far too dependent on the political affiliation of National Labor Relations Board appointees. How did it come to this?

By Erik Loomis

Workers: Stand with Labor

By Amy B. Dean