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NLRB ruling could strengthen the power of strikes

If the NLRB accepts a recommendation from its own general counsel, the right of workers to strike for better wages and conditions could be greatly strengthened.

Sandbagging, cross-selling: Keys to Wells Fargo’s profits

The bank's "fleecing of its customers by opening fraudulent accounts for the purpose of extracting millions in illegal fees shows a culture that promotes wanton greed."

Time-off-for-voting: Some states require it, some do not

The laws vary widely from state to state, even for presidential elections.

Republicans take step toward killing overtime protection expansion

It's just step one in the Republicans' plan to kill expansion of overtime protection altogether.

Steelworkers push infrastructure issue in 2016 elections

The USW has taken up the issue of rebuilding the nation's crumbling infrastructure as their central issue in the national elections.

"Cause of All Nations": Our Civil War was an international struggle

This book helps readers see the previously hidden international ties between our struggles for democracy, against racism and slavery, and for freedom.