Moshe Z. Mar­vit is an attor­ney and fel­low with The Cen­tu­ry Foun­da­tion and the co-author (with Richard Kahlen­berg) of the book Why Labor Orga­niz­ing Should be a Civ­il Right.

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Get Ready for Janus 2.0, Which Could Devastate Labor More Than the First
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This Is One of the Most Important Legal Battles for Labor in Decades
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This Little-Known Libertarian Training School Is Making Federal Judges More Conservative
After attending training at the Manne Economics Institute, judges are more likely to issue longer prison sentences and overturn protections for workers and the environment.
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The Group That Brought Us Janus Is Waging a New Stealth Attack On Unions
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Trump’s NLRB Just Quietly Ruled to Make Union Pickets Illegal
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Trump’s Supreme Court Pick Could Spell a Fresh Hell for Workers’ Rights
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Janus Is Here—But Don’t Ring the Death Knell for the Labor Movement
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Stop Calling It an Arbitration Agreement—Employers Are Forcing Workers to Give Up Their Rights
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Trump’s Justice Department Is Trying to Turn Back the Clock on Workers’ Rights 100 Years
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The Trump Administration’s Backdoor Plan to Erode the Rights of Workers to Act Collectively
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Court Expands LGBT Worker Rights by Attacking Originalism
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Staughton Lynd Is Building a New World in the Basement of the Old
The longtime lawyer and advocate on steel, SNCC and carving spaces beyond capitalism.
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The GOP’s National Right to Work Bill Is a Smokescreen—The Threat Is What Comes Next
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Labor Opponents Already Have The Next ‘Friedrichs’ SCOTUS Case Ready to Go Under Trump
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Texas Bill Would Require Workers Under 18 to Get Their Parents’ Consent to Join a Union
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Think It’s Tough for Labor Now? Just Wait Until Trump Takes Office in January
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Most Mechanical Turkers Are Young, College-Educated and Making Less Than $5 an Hour
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Judge’s Ruling Re-Opens a Major Loophole that Allows Union Busters To Remain in the Shadows
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When Scalia Died, So Did ‘Friedrichs’—And an Even Grander Scheme To Destroy Unions
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Yesterday’s ‘Friedrichs’ Arguments Show Labor’s Difficulties in a Post-‘Citizens United’ World
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In the Midst of Union Battle, Duquesne University Just Laid Off All but One of Its English Adjuncts
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Duquesne’s NLRB Filing Reads as a Brazen Threat To Adjunct Union Organizers
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In Major Anti-Labor Case, Union-busters No Longer Even Pretend Unions Don’t Benefit Workers
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The Supreme Court Case That Could Decimate American Public Sector Unionism
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Documents Show Notorious Union-Buster Backing Kentucky’s County Right-to-Work Laws
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A Kentucky County Just Voted to Approve the First Local Right-to-Work Ordinance
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Thanks to Labor Board Ruling, You Can Now Use Company Email to Organize a Union
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SCOTUS Rules Workers Don’t Need To Be Paid for All Their Time Working
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A Textbook Example of a Boss’s Campaign to Destroy a Union
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The Latest Attack on Labor, From The Group That Brought Us ‘Harris v. Quinn’
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The New Volkswagen Model: Minority Unionism
Will the UAW’s latest experiment in Chattanooga pan out?
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In Order to Grow, Does Labor Need to Shrink?
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SCOTUS’ Quiet Expansion of Harris
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What Harris Means for Workers’ Rights
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The Paycheck Fairness Act Would Have Helped All Workers, Not Just Women
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What Are the UAW’s Legal Options After the Volkswagen Defeat?
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Labor Finds an Unlikely Savior in Scalia
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Political Implications of Noel Canning? The Supreme Court Doesn’t Want to Hear It
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Supreme Court Dismisses Mulhall v. Unite Here, Giving Labor a Lucky Escape
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Obama’s New Tactic: If You Don’t Eat Your Meat, You Can’t Have Any Pudding
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In Another Blow to NLRB, Court Says Bosses Don’t Have To Notify Workers of Rights
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War, Fascism and General Electric
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Long Before Conservatives Stifled Gun and Tax Studies, They Derailed Labor Research