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Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Only 6.4% of America’s private-sector workers are unionized, providing little collective pressure on Amazon, Walmart, or other major employers to treat their workers any better. (Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) Robert Reich
Don't Be Fooled, Corporate America Is Crushing the Working Class
Today’s largest employers are Amazon and Walmart, each paying far less per hour and routinely exploiting their workers, who have little recourse.
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In the richest country in the world, nobody should ever go without the care they need. (Photo: Getty Images/Stock Photo/Malte Mueller) Laura Packard
It's Time to Junk "Junk Insurance"
We should be working to strengthen the protections of the Affordable Care Act and expand health care to all, not punch holes in the foundation.
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So long as Trump’s “sanctions wall” sanctions remain in place, there is no plausible way that the United States can provide effective sanctions relief to warrant Iran’s resumption of the nuclear constraints contained in the JCPOA. (Photo: Matt Anderson Photography/Getty/Stock photo) Tyler Cullis, Trita Parsi
For True JCPOA Re-Entry, Biden Must Tear Down Trump's Sanctions Wall
Whether Biden will clear the minefield Trump has left behind will primarily be determined in Washington, not Vienna. It will require both political will and capital.
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U.S. Army Paratroopers assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, deploy from Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina on January 1, 2020. (Photo: Capt. Robyn Haake / US ARMY / AFP via Getty Images) Nan Levinson
America's Far-Right in Uniform
Just how extreme are the soldiers in the U.S. military?
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Members of El Maizal Commune celebrating their 12 year anniversary. (Photo: Marcos Rubén García) Leonardo Flores
The Capitol Raid and Pandemic Can Help US Empathize With Venezuelans
For Venezuelans, there is no one "January 6." There are at least half a dozen.
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A victory for women—from Argentina to Ireland and beyond, is a victory for all working, poor and oppressed people around the world. (Photo: Getty/Stock Photo/urbazon) Alison Bodine
Women's Rights Are Human Rights
This fight against women's oppression is not just a struggle for women, but for all of humanity.
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