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The special section of Dissent’s Spring 2019 issue, Labor's Comeback, is edited by Mark Levinson, Sarah Jaffe, and Michelle Chen. It features:
- Nelson Lichtenstein on how to win
- Kate Andrias on the future promise of sectoral bargaining
- Rich Yeselson on why organized labor is stronger in Canada
- Sara Nelson on the power of airport workers
- Eleni Schirmer on how Milwaukee teachers fought back
- Ruth Milkman on the myth that immigration hurts U.S.-born workers
Outside of the special section, you’ll find: Charlotte Shane on Andrea Dworkin, Timothy Shenk on the weak-tea liberalism of Parks and Rec, Sanjay Ruparelia on Modi and the Indian election, Colin Kinniburgh on European climate politics after the yellow vests, Joshua Leifer on Amos Oz, Daniel Immerwahr on American empire, and much more.
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