Labor under Trump series

In case you missed it, over the past month or so we have run a series about the possible implications of the Republican majorities in every branch of government with President Trump at it’s helm. The first piece from Brandon Sowers explored the calls for a general strike against Trump. Mark Brenner wrote a piece for Labor Notes which we republished sketching the threats and some potential response from the perspective of the main stream labor movement. S Nicholas Nappalos explores the low point that labor has found itself in, and called for a politicized revolutionary unionism as key in responding to the looming threats. For our last piece we shared David Fernandez-Barriel’s argument that the untapped potential of a radical labor movement could prove key in resisting Trump’s agenda. We hope you enjoy them, discuss them with your comrades and coworkers, and keep Recomposition in your thoughts and actions.

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