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The Crisis in the ATU: Labour Shoots Itself in the Foot

By Sam Gindin and Herman Rosenfeld. This article was first published on Socialist Project. A sign of the tragic disarray of the Canadian labour movement is the extent to which its misadventures keep piling up. As the turmoil within the union representing the Ontario government’s unionized employees (Ontario Public Service Employees Union – OPSEU) hits […]

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Elections: What Are They Good For?

By Andrew Levine. This article was first published on Counterpunch. Before the 1960 Presidential Election, Arthur Schlesinger Jr., the historian who would become John Kennedy’s court intellectual, published a short book called Kennedy or Nixon: Does It Make Any Difference? His answer was that it made a big difference because Nixon was a feckless scoundrel […]