Jon Shelton is an assistant professor in the Department of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He has written for Dissent and Truthout, and is at work on a book on the relationship between urban teacher strikes, labor politics and American culture entitled ‘Against the Public’: Teacher Strikes and the Decline of Labor-Liberalism, 1968-1981.
How Free Agency Changed the Course of Baseball’s Labor History
As every fan of Major League Baseball knows, we’ve officially entered “hot stove season.” The hot stove is the time between the end of the World Series and the... MORE
Working · December 23, 2015
A Modest Proposal for Public Sector Union Opponents
Those in and around the labor movement in the U.S. ought to pay considerable attention to a new book out this January, Government against Itself: Public Union Power and Its... MORE
Working · January 29, 2015