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Three simple changes to corporate law could radically remake our economy.
When philosophy tries to reclaim Marx, the duty to interpret comes before the duty to change.
The Supreme Court’s Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling continues a terrible trend of valuing businesses more than employees and customers.
Lawrence B. Glickman
The problem of employer power runs much deeper than monopsony.
The public has paid for Musk’s vision. So why is the green economy still not here?
Stock buybacks are on the rise, and they are shortchanging workers and undermining our economy like never before.
The philosopher Herbert Marcuse saw machines as our greatest hope for real liberty. But in Trump’s America, automation feels more totalitarian than ever.
Forget retraining and compensation programs. History offers a better way forward.
Platforms have sold themselves as substitutes for welfare, but they have actually served as substitutes for traditional work—with the state forced to pick up the slack.
To fight sexual harassment in the workplace, we must return to the history of women in the labor movement.
Vijay Prashad on writing, struggle, and hope in difficult times.
Vijay Prashad, Mark Nowak
Three new books draw a disturbing picture of America as a system of compounding inequality driven by a hereditary meritocracy of professional elites.
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David Theo Goldberg
Justin H. Vassallo
Sierra Pettengill, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
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