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This Labor Day, A Clean Slate for Reform

Published September 3rd, 2018 - and

As divided as we have become as a country, we arrive at this Labor Day with a shared national understanding: both economic and political power are wildly out of balance, with dire consequences for the vast majority of Americans who find themselves on the losin... More »

Estlund on Elizabeth Anderson’s Private Government

Published January 19th, 2018 -

Cindy Estlund (NYU Law Professor and OnLabor contributor) has a terrific new piece in the Harvard Law Review. In Rethinking Autocracy at Work, Estlund reviews Elizabeth Anderson’s Tanner Lectures (published as Private Government) which “aim to brin... More »

How Bad Could it Get (Legally)?

Published May 26th, 2017 -

It’s a good moment to think creatively and expansively about how to revitalize the U.S. labor movement.  This important work is underway, with contributions from academics, labor lawyers, union organizers, and others.  Substantive debates about the futur... More »