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Walking the Walk

Read the Articles Below: Help Obama Find His Shoes The Betrayal of America’s Middle Class Was a Choice, Not an Accident: An Interview With Authors Donald Barlett and James Steele Why Are Working People Invisible in the Mainstream Media? After the 99% Spring: What Comes Next Coming to a Bankster’s Mansion Driveway Near You: Occupy Our Homes The 99 Percent Takes Office: Lessons From a Rhode Island Special Election How Progressives Won the Labor Rights Showdown in Ohio Unity Is Strength for Progressives New “Unity Unions” Self-Organize to Confront Workplace Abuses

Read the Articles Below:

Why Does the Obama Administration Keep Getting It Wrong on Education Policy?

Why the Revival of US Labor Might Start with Nonunion Workers

Can Unions and Cooperatives Join Forces? An Interview With United Steelworkers President Leo Gerard

Why Immigration Is a Top Priority for US Labor

Labor Becomes Part of the National Conversation: The Best and Worst of 2012

Help Obama Find His Shoes

Walmart Organizing Comes of Age: An Interview With UFCW Organizing Director Pat O’Neil

The Betrayal of America’s Middle Class Was a Choice, Not an Accident: An Interview With Authors Donald Barlett and James Steele

Why Are Working People Invisible in the Mainstream Media?

After the 99% Spring: What Comes Next

Coming to a Bankster’s Mansion Driveway Near You: Occupy Our Homes

The 99 Percent Takes Office: Lessons From a Rhode Island Special Election

How Progressives Won the Labor Rights Showdown in Ohio

Unity Is Strength for Progressives

New “Unity Unions” Self-Organize to Confront Workplace Abuses

Job Act’s Pre-Emptive Concessions Show More Pressure Needed Within and Outside of Washington

Taking Back Labor Day

Unions as Leaders for Better Schools: An Exclusive Interview With Randi Weingarten

What’s the Real Lesson of Wisconsin for Progressives?

The Fight for a Progressive America Begins Today – and Does Not End in 2012

Local Energy, National Breakthroughs: An Interview With Deepak Bhargava of the Center for Community Change

Breaking Down the Silos: Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Exclusive: Van Jones on What We Can Learn From the Tea Party

Four Reasons for Hope in the Next Election Cycle – and One Reason Progressives Must Do More to Win

Can Unions Break From the Democrats? What a Real Declaration of Independence Would Mean

An A-Team for Progressive Messaging in the States

Lessons for Progressives From Power Shift Youth

Spreading Models of Success: The Denver Doctrine

Finding Budget Solutions, Not Scapegoats: Lessons From an Oregon Victory

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