Josh Eidel­son is a free­lance writer and a con­trib­u­tor at In These Times, The Amer­i­can Prospect, Dis­sent, and Alter­net. After receiv­ing his MA in Polit­i­cal Sci­ence, he worked as a union orga­niz­er for five years. His web­site is http://​www​.joshei​del​son​.com.Twit­ter: @josheidelsonE‑mail: jei­del­son” at gmail” dot com.
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Labor Board Deals Blow to Fired Immigrant Strikers in Wisconsin
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Nurses Beat Back Concessions at Site of Beyoncé Baby Birth
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NLRB Chairman: New Penalties Needed for Union-Busting of Undocumented Workers
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Some Newark Teachers, Inspired by Chicago, Seek to Thwart Concessionary Contract
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Newark Teachers Union Embraces Performance Pay, Wins Peer Review
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Is Immigrant-Firing Pizza Company Getting Pork?
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Los Angeles Port Truckers Test Out Their Picket Signs
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Janitors Strike Averted As SEIU and New England Contractors Reach Early Morning Deal
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Paid Leave Supporters Charge Subversion of Democracy in Florida Ruling
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Dems on Labor: Warm, But Fuzzy
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AFL-CIO Head Meets Palermo’s Pizza CEO But Strike and Boycott Continue
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How Houston Janitors Got 25 Cents a Year
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Walmart, Right-Wing Media Company Hold Star-Studded Benefit Promoting Education Reform Film
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Obama Channels Reagan on Welfare
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Negotiations Resume As Houston Janitors’ Strike Nears Second Month
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Union: Fair Election Impossible Following Mass Firings by Pizza Company
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Paid-Sick-Leave Fight Escalates in New York City, Expands Across the Nation
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Houston Janitors Strike Oil and Banking Buildings
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Transit Union Head: Future Depends on Organizing Riders
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Hunger Strikers Charge Congress with Starving Postal Service
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Are Nurses Headed to War with SEIU?
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Teamsters Punish Lockout With Rolling Sympathy Strikes
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“No Justice, No Piece”: Pizza Company Accused of Targeting Immigrant Strikers
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Embedded in the Turnout Wars: Meet the Canvassers Out to Oust Scott Walker
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Survey Shows Progress and Pitfalls for New Jersey Child Care Union
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Labor-Backed Party Ousts Democrat With Koch and AFL-CIO Backing
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American Workers: Shackled to Labor Law
Does the National Labor Relations Act do more harm than good?
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In Contract Vote, American Airlines Workers Split Over Bankruptcy Concessions
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Waste Company Locks Out Teamsters in Bid to Eliminate Pensions
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Occupy’s Lockout: Sotheby’s Struggle Enters Tenth Month
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Good News for Transgender and Ex-Offender Workers
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New York Named National Leader in Fight Against Wage Theft
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Teamsters Score 3-to-1 Election Victory in Nearly Union-Free Industry
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Millionaire’s Tax Backers Compromise With California Governor
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American Airlines Petitions to Override 3 Unions’ Contracts, Promises New Offer For Largest
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Grad Student Workers Plan Counterattack After Michigan Gov. Signs Law Denying Rights
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Will New York City Mayoral Front-Runner Kill Paid Sick Leave Again?
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Philly Community College Workers Question Budget, Authorize Strike
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American Airlines Union President Sees Future Without Pensions
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Apple Turns to the Larry King of Sweatshop Scandals
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Why Should Anti-Choice and Anti-Gay Groups Have More Right to Boycott and Picket Than Unions?
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Trader Joe’s Caves to Coalition of Immokalee Workers, Signs Fair Food Agreement
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Supreme Court Affirms Religious Exception Allowing Discrimination, Retaliation
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American Airline Workers Blast Bain, Prepare for Bankruptcy Fight (UPDATED)
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Center for Union Facts Steps Up $10 Million Ad Campaign Backing Broad Anti-Union Bill
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When New Obama Chief of Staff Was NYU Exec, School Ceased Recognizing Union
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With Romney’s Backing, New Hampshire GOP Pushes Right to Work Again
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In California, Competing Tax Hikes Divide Organized Labor
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