Monthly Archives: July 2015

Labor’s Stake in the Decision on the Iran Agreement

Is the agreement over Iran‘s nuclear program recently negotiated in Vienna something that should concern the labor movement and our allies? We in the Labor Fightback Network answer the question with an emphatic YES. What is at stake is a … Continue reading

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The Labor Movement and the Charleston Massacre

We admire the courage and goodness of the families of those murdered while in church at bible study in Charleston, South Carolina. We congratulate the decent-thinking South Carolinians who demanded and finally won the lowering of the Confederate flag on … Continue reading

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Why We Need a Discussion and Debate on Labor and Political Independence

By the Labor Fightback Network At our recent conference, the Labor Fightback Network (LFN) agreed to open and facilitate a conversation on labor independent political action. This conversation will be held on a special LFN blog and this statement is … Continue reading

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