Louis Nay­man is a long­time union organizer.
Viewpoint
In the Wake of Flint’s Water Crisis, It’s Time for a Federal Emergency Manager for Michigan
Maybe we should take a page from Gov. Rick Snyder's own playbook and override his authority.
Feature
Whither Žižek?: On Zionism and Jews
Slavoj Zizek’s line of thought conveniently plays into the hands of Israel's hard right, like newly reelected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli expansionists.
Feature
Unintended Conquerors
Yossi Klein Halevi's new book Like Dreamers speaks with rare clarity on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Feature
In Defense of PRISM
By delegitimizing the government, the Left is doing the Tea Party's dirty work.
Feature
Staying in the Loophole
ITT visits a gun show.
Culture
Lincoln: Better Off Undead
Spielberg's new Lincoln doesn't hold a candle to Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Labor
Live From Battleground Ohio: Final Day of Doorknocking—Are We Making a Difference?
Labor
Live from Battleground Ohio: Your Next Meal
Labor
Live From Battleground Ohio: 7-to-1 for Obama, but the Holdouts Nag
Labor
Live From Battleground Ohio: Japan Comes Calling
Labor
Live From Battleground Ohio: Beware of Dog
Labor
Live From Battleground Ohio: One Door at a Time
Labor
Live from Battleground Ohio: Hello Toledo
Feature
Splintering the 99%
Romney and Ryan descend to race-baiting.
Culture
A Civil Solution to Labor’s Problems
The key to reviving U.S. workers' fortunes may be as simple as amending the Civil Rights Act.
Dispatch
Rock ‘n’ Roll Payola: Dick Clark and Alan Freed
The converging and diverging histories of two all-American DJs.
Dispatch
Kosher Gets Ethical
A new standard is about to remake American Jews' dietary code.
Culture
A Bronx School Tale
A new book shows how grassroots community organizing and persistence turned around one of the country's most corrupt school districts.
Feature
Among Cousins
Four days behind the wall in Palestine.