July 2016 Volume 40, Issue 07
Banning the Box is Not Nearly Enough Lewis M. Steel
How Union Contracts Shield Police Departments from DOJ Reforms Adeshina Emmanuel
How the Left Can Stop Trump Cole Stangler
Making Green Jobs Good Jobs Kate Aronoff
Shuffling Off the Mortal Coil Jane Miller
In Gaza, the Drones Never Sleep Nancy Kricorian
Sex, Violence and Unions Jetta Rae
Capitalism’s Favorite Show Michael Terry
Requiem for an American Dream Michael Atkinson
The View From Today’s Versailles Chris Lehmann
Meet the New Leader of Chicago’s Principals Who’s Taking on Rahm Emanuel and Corporate School Reform
Troy LaRaviere is an award-winning educator and a fierce critic of Emanuel's education agenda. Bernie Sanders has his back—and he's not closing the door on a run for mayor.
Making Green Jobs Good Jobs
Unions organize the clean energy sector.
Shuffling Off the Mortal Coil
On the passing of my friend, Daniel Aaron.
Banning the Box is Not Nearly Enough
For those who have been incarcerated, punishment doesn’t end with prison.
Lewis M. Steel
In Gaza, the Drones Never Sleep
Atef Abu Saif's wartime diaries offer a chilling voice of witness from Israel's 50-day bombardment of Palestine during Operation Protective Edge.
Sex, Violence and Unions
Workers in porn and wrestling face similar obstacles to effective labor organizing—and may need to work together.
Capitalism’s Favorite Show
Undercover Boss is a mirage.
Requiem for an American Dream
Between fiction and reality in rural Louisiana.
You Don’t Have to Like Hillary Clinton—But Sexist Attacks On Her Supporters Are Shameful
The gendered attacks against Clinton and her supporters must come to an end.
Susan J. Douglas
The View From Today’s Versailles
A new book by Michelle Fields, former Breitbart reporter, rightly skewers our political class—but suffers from a case of hypocrisy
Bernie Has Every Right To Raise Hell at the Democratic Convention
As wise man once said, “Democracy is not always nice and quiet and gentle."