The Attack of Labor began with the passage of the Taft-Hartley Act that was passed of President Trumans Veto in 1948.
“Working-class people are angry at the degree of American inequality, desperate for an explanation of how we got here and ready to take drastic action, if presented to them. Whether they opt for Trump and Steve Bannon’s racism or take to the streets against the 1% depends largely on how unions decide to fight back.”
Unions are organizing their members around an explicitly progressive analysis, hoping to unlock the power of workers to help lead the resistance.
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“May 1, International Workers’ Day, is traditionally a magnet for labor demonstrations. More than 300,000 food chain employees and 40,000 service workers are expected to participate in the massive strike.”
Hundreds of thousands of service workers will strike on May 1, seizing on the wave of opposition among labor organizations to President Trump,