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How Workers Can Safeguard Pensions

Steve Early Labor Notes
The book under review, written from a labor organizer's informed perspective, is seen by the book reviewer—himself a longtime labor militant-- as an essential resource for workers navigating their retirement and pension options.

Between speculation and discipline

Kunal Parker Radical Philosophy
This new book attempts a reassessment of Nat Turner's famous rebellion and what it is we actually know about that event.

Face Mask

Paul Hostovsky Mostly
Mask or No Mask, Boston poet Paul Hostovsky captures a simple aesthetic of these divided times.

China’s Market Reformers

Jake Werner Dissent
While China is often seen as an outlier from neoliberal trends, its transformation in recent decades was not at odds with tectonic shifts in the global system of growth but an essential part of it.

The Fight to Rein in Delivery Apps

Helen Rosner New Yorker
The antitrust researcher Moe Tkacik discusses New York’s new laws and the future of DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Eats.“It’s conventional wisdom now that these companies are bloodsucking middlemen,” says Tkacik.