Author: Michael Goldfield
Postmortem on Bessemer Amazon Defeat
First, we must recognize that the overwhelming vote against the union in Bessemer marks a decisive defeat, not to be under estimated. It will undoubtedly have a dampening effect on … Keep reading »
If Unions Had Organized the South, Could Trump Have Been Avoided?
At a time when activists and commentators are puzzling over the United States’ enduring conservatism, Michael Goldfield’s new book The Southern Key: Class, Race, and Radicalism in the 1930s and … Keep reading »
Southern Labour is the Key to Change in the United States, and hence Canada, and the World
The Importance of the US South The South is today, as it always has been, the key to understanding American society: its politics, its constitutional anomalies and government structure, its culture, … Keep reading »