Monthly Archives: March 2016

Technology, Electoral Politics, and the Rank and File

This article by Kati Sipp at New Labor Forum argues that organized labor, to its great detriment, has been “a late adopter” of things like social media, clever subject lines, database management, and “digital organizing” in general – “if they … Continue reading

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Steve Greenhouse Asks the Wrong Question

His article on unions and their¬†get-out-the-vote¬†power is decent, though the question shouldn’t be “Can labor still turn out the vote?”, it should be, “Should labor still turn out the vote?” And the answer should be a resounding NO. Unions need … Continue reading

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