- Title Pages
1The Koch Network’s Long Game and Its Implications for Progressive Organizing
2Right-Wing Populism, the Corporate Attack on Working Americans, and the Labor Movement’s Response
3Trump, Right-Wing Populism, and the Future of Organized Labor
4Walker’s Wisconsin and the Future of the United States
5Whose Class Is It Anyway? The “White Working Class” and the Myth of Trump
6Privatization—Chipping Away at Government
7Building a Pro-Worker, Pro-Union Climate Movement
8From Co-optation to Radical Resistance: An Examination of Organized Labor’s Response(s) to Immigrant Rights in the Era of Trump
9Trumpism, Policing, and the Problem of Surplus Population
10Going South: How Southern Organizing Will Determine the Future of the Labor Movement
11Between Home and State: Care Workers and Labor Strategy for the New Open-Shop Era of Trumplandia
12Fighting and Defeating the Charter School Agenda
- Labor in the Time of Trump
- Jasmine Kerrissey, Eve Weinbaum, Clare Hammonds, Tom Juravich, Dan Clawson
- Cornell University Press
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