Chris Brooks

Where’s our economy headed? Soon every factory worker will have to start driving for Uber, and the trucks will drive themselves—at least so the business press tells us.

But Kim Moody, co-founder of this magazine and the author of many books on U.S. labor, paints a different picture. Chris Brooks asked him to cut through the hype and describe what’s coming for working people and the opportunities for unions.

This is Part 1 of our interview with Kim Moody. Watch for Part 2, coming next week. —Eds.

As grocery industry standards erode, UFCW Local 21 is bucking the trend, building power through activism at work and alliances in the community.

Indiana factory workers defeated a two-tier wage and pension system by rebuilding their local from the bottom up.

Dealing with 'Freeloaders'

What if stewards didn't have to represent non-members? Just ask a Tennessee teacher whether that's a union-building or union-busting policy.

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