September 2014 Volume 38, Issue 09
Trojan Hobby Horse Chris Lehmann
‘Chiraq’: Facts and Fictions Salim Muwakkil
Chicago’s Next Mayor? Joel Bleifuss
Nemesis of the Chemical Giants Molly M. Ginty
Till I.C.E. Do Us Part Yana Kunichoff
A Co-op State of Mind Ajowa Nzinga Ifateyo
Judge Jails Anti-Drone Granny Frida Berrigan
Leaving Democracy to the Experts Slavoj Žižek
Labor History: The First Factory Strike Joey L. DeFrancesco and David Segal
A Sense of Life Ending Jane Miller
Agitpopcorn Michael Atkinson
Foam Wasn’t Built in a Day Molly M. Ginty
The New Volkswagen Model: Minority Unionism Moshe Z. Marvit
The Oil Industry Hits an Unexpected Roadblock Cole Stangler
Trojan Hobby Horse
Courts don't just treat corporations as people--they treat them as sweethearts.
Labor History: The First Factory Strike
In 1824 in Pawtucket, R.I., women weavers led the mother of all strikes.
Joey L. DeFrancesco and David Segal
‘Chiraq’: Facts and Fictions
Chicago's 'murder capital' rep stretches the truth.
Foam Wasn’t Built in a Day
Eco-activists of all ages are working to banish styrofoam.
Molly M. Ginty
A Sense of Life Ending
A long, slow end can be a treasure.
The New Volkswagen Model: Minority Unionism
Will the UAW’s latest experiment in Chattanooga pan out?
Moshe Z. Marvit
Propaganda tells the truth.
Chicago’s Next Mayor?
Karen Lewis may be the anti-Rahm that Chicago's looking for.
In ‘Snowpiercer,’ Revolution is Brutal—And Necessary
The sci-fi flick doesn't fall into the trap of romanticizing the struggle.
The Oil Industry Hits an Unexpected Roadblock
A small city in Maine strikes a blow against Canadian tar sands extraction.