By popular demand, we teamed up with Protean Magazine and brought a panel of amazing people together—Ash (Horror Vanguard), Mel (Protean), Bryan (Strikewave), Lyta (Current Affairs), and Max (Working People)—to break down the top presidential candidates from a working-class perspective and share their thoughts on how working people should approach elections.
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Working-Class 2020 Reading List...
- Alexia Fernández Campbell, Vox, "The Boldest and Weakest Labor Platforms of the 2020 Democratic Primary"
- Sarah Jones, NY Mag, "Klobuchar’s Alleged Staff Mistreatment Is a Valid Concern for American Workers"
- Carly Regina and Joanna Wuest, Jacobin, "Labor Has Only One Candidate: Bernie Sanders"
- Dan Solomon, Texas Monthly, "What You Should Know About Bernie Sanders And A Controversial Proposal To Bring Toxic Waste To Sierra Blanca"
- Molly Redden, HuffPost, "Pete Buttigieg’s McKinsey Client List And A Canadian Grocery Scandal"
- Ryan Grim and Lee Fang, The Intercept, "Joe Biden Lied about His Record on Social Security"
- Astead W. Herndon, The New York Times, "Elizabeth Warren Isn’t Talking Much About ‘Medicare for All’ Anymore"
- C.M. Lewis and Kevin Reuning, Strikewave, "Union Membership for 2019 Is Out. Here's How Labor Did"
- Celine McNicholas, Margaret Poydock, and Lynn Rhinehart, Economic Policy Institute, "Unprecedented: The Trump NLRB's Attack on Workers' Rights"
- Steven Greenhouse, NY Mag, "A to F+: Grading the Presidential Candidates on Their Labor Plans"
- Eric Levitz, NY Mag, "Two More Signs Trump's 'Great' Economy Is Failing Workers"
- Jane McAlevey, In These Times, "How to Elect Democrats Who Actually Answer to Workers"
Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org)
- Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall"
- Beethoven, "Moonlight Sonata"