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Hamilton Nolan

Hamilton Nolan is a labor reporting fellow at In These Times. He has spent the past decade writing about labor and politics for Gawker, Splinter, The Guardian, and elsewhere. You can reach him at Hamilton@InTheseTimes.com.

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The Billionaire Side Hustle That Neoliberalism Created

An easy income stream is open to anyone who can pay the entry price. (You can’t.)

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Ten Predictions For the Year Ahead in Labor

Our infallible crystal ball reveals that 2022 will make workers want to holler.

Hamilton Nolan ·


Strike Wave Exemplifies Why We Need More Unions

If you want more strikes, make more union members.

Hamilton Nolan ·


The Democratic Party Ignores Middle America's Labor Crisis at Its Own Peril

By not organizing in decimated post-industrial towns, we're ceding ground to the right wing.

Hamilton Nolan ·


Labor Movement: We Need a Big National Strike Fund

More successful strikes help the entire labor movement. We should pay for them together.

Hamilton Nolan ·


The Filibuster Is a Labor Issue

The PRO Act will not pass unless we end the filibuster. Those two things are a package deal.

Hamilton Nolan ·


Enormous VA Union Contract Moves Towards Uncertain Conclusion Under New Biden Administration

The fate of more than a quarter million federal workers is still up in the air.

Hamilton Nolan ·


You Can’t Hurt the Gangsters at the Capitalist Casino by Shuffling the Chips Around To Different Bets. You Take Their Chips off the Table.

Pumping up GameStop will do nothing to change what people hate about Wall Street. There’s a better way.

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