Peter Dreier: Surely as the head of a prestigious university and as a concerned citizen, you will want to warn your university’s board of trustees and professors about my book.
Peter Dreier: People of conscience don’t have to buy his books or buy tickets to his movies, and can urge others to do likewise. He is an embarrassment to all Californians.
Peter Dreier: Labor Day should be a celebration of the labor movement’s accomplishments and a reminder that there are still workers struggling to improve life for their families, communities and society.
This week, Shamus Cooke’s article, “Why U.S. Politicians Are Quiet About Europe’s Meltdown,” led the way, suggesting that working people in the U.S. need to learn to speak Greek, and adopt an increasingly popular slogan that rejects austerity measures: Tax the Rich!
The ten most read articles by LA Progressive’s readers in 2011 reflect both the breadth of our coverage and also several special focuses.
The Tea Baggers and the Bizarro Revolution. –John Delloro Human Rights Organizations Say Immigrants Caught in Detention Dragnet. –Michele Waslin Stimulus Mania: Is It The 21st Century Soup Line? –Anthony Asadullah Samad A Short Citizen’s Guide to Kooks, Demagogues, and Right-Wingers On Tax Day. –Robert Reich Reporting From the Tea Bagger Hate-Fest in Sacramento. –Joseph […]