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  • The Shell Game of Contingent Employment

    When subcontractors, freelancers and independent contractors get hurt or abused on the job, these workers are finding it harder to hold employers accountable. This is no accident - it's a direct result of a neoliberal labor agenda.

  • Paying the Price of Tar Sands Expansion

    Despite all the reasons to keep tar sands in the ground, the refining equipment tax credit has helped put tar sands development in the US on the rise, accelerating climate change at the expense of US taxpayers.

Coming Together for Environmental Restoration in Haiti

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Knowledge Work Under Cognitive Capitalism

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Bully Politics

By Michael I Niman, Art Voice | Op-Ed

No Country for Rich Men

By Sam Pizzigati, Other Worlds | Op-Ed

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In South America, Separating Fact From Fiction

By Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co. | Op-Ed

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We Must Reduce Our Prison Population

By Christine Cegelis, Truthout | Op-Ed

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Capitalism Is Taboo in America

By Richard D Wolff, City Lights Publishers | Book Excerpt

Coddling the Ten Percent

By Jim Hightower, OtherWords | Op-Ed
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Coming Together for Environmental Restoration in Haiti

By Beverly Bell and Alexis Erkert, Other Worlds | Interview

Knowledge Work Under Cognitive Capitalism

By Michael A Peters and James Reveley, Truthout | Op-Ed

Bully Politics

By Michael I Niman, Art Voice | Op-Ed

No Country for Rich Men

By Sam Pizzigati, Other Worlds | Op-Ed

51512krugman cat

In South America, Separating Fact From Fiction

By Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co. | Op-Ed

52212prison cat

We Must Reduce Our Prison Population

By Christine Cegelis, Truthout | Op-Ed

51512wolff cat

Capitalism Is Taboo in America

By Richard D Wolff, City Lights Publishers | Book Excerpt

Coddling the Ten Percent

By Jim Hightower, OtherWords | Op-Ed