Tag Archives: Class Warfare

In Answer to Your Question About Who Won the Sports Ball Competition

In Answer to Your Question About Who Won the Sports Ball Competition A joint project by Karen Craigo & Karin Barbee   Super Bowl Sunday, 2016 I want to start a list: If you’ve ever enjoyed a corn dog, you’re … Continue reading

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Henry Ford, Socialist

Henry Ford, Socialist By John Unger Zussman Detroit was a great town for labor when I grew up there in the ‘50s and ‘60s. While I never worked on the assembly lines—my uncle’s steel warehouse had first dibs on my … Continue reading

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“If This Happened in Germany, Cars Would Be Burning”: American Passivity in the Class War

“If This Happened in Germany, Cars Would Be Burning”: American Passivity in the Class War by Robert Archambeau Assaults on collective bargaining, a proposal to eliminate child labor laws, a tax structure that favors the wealthiest of the wealthy, no … Continue reading

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