Jonathan Rosenblum is an attorney and writer (National Writers Union Local 1981) in Madison, Wisconsin. He has written for the Center for Media and Democracy and is the author of Copper Crucible: How the Arizona Miners’ Strike of 1983 Recast Labor-Management Relations in America.
100 Years Old Today: The Story Behind ‘Solidarity Forever’
On a windblown, gray Chicago day exactly 100 years ago today, Ralph Chaplin left his home on the city’s South Side for a raucous poor people’s rally at Hull House,... MORE
Working · January 17, 2015
From the Mines to Wal-Mart, Hope Dies Last
In Salt of the Earth, Herbert Biberman’s classic 1954 labor film, a baby is born during a strike by mostly Mexican-American miners against a giant, robber-baron-led company. The mother’s name... MORE
Working · June 7, 2013