Rich Yeselson worked for twenty-three years in the labor movement as a strategic campaigner. He is now a writer in Washington, DC. and a contributing editor at Dissent.
The Limits of New Dealism and Why We Need a New Progressive Theory of Political Economy
Historian Jefferson Cowie argues that the New Deal may have been a freak occurrence MORE
Culture · February 23, 2016
A Victory for Labor in Chattanooga: Volkswagen Workers Join UAW
First published at Jacobin. What a long strange trip it has been for the United Auto Workers. The UAW, the pride of the labor movement during the New Deal order, has gone from... MORE
Working · December 11, 2015