I am running a series on organized labor in America over at The League. A number of guest authors are contributing (though I am looking for more). The first post in the series is live today. It’s by mutualist writer, Kevin Carson, author of Homebrew Revolution. He talks about the ways the government has suppressed labor in this country going back to Taft-Hartley and FDR, and suggests ways that unions can operate today given the laws we have in place. It’s worth a read.
I also have a slightly updated version of my Death and Life of the Great American Middle Class piece up at The League (added some links and graphs/pics to the post mainly).
More posts in the Organized Labor in America series will appear in the coming days, and if anyone is interested in submitting a post for the series, shoot me an email.