Ann Robertson – Bill Leumer

Ann Robertson is a Lecturer in the Philosophy Department at San Francisco State University and a member of the California Faculty Association. Bill Leumer is a member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 853 (ret.). Both are writers for Workers Action and may be reached at

Class Struggle is Still the Issue

We Can Thank Top Union Officials for Trump

Janus, the Meaning of Freedom, and Striking West Virginia Teachers and Staff

The Demoralizing Impact of Trump, But Hope Has Arrived

The Necessity For, and Obstacles To, Transforming the Unions into a Fighting Force For Workers

The New York Times Rejects Majority Rule

A Seismic Shift Toward Socialism in the U.K. Labour Party

Class War in the U.K. Labour Party

Robert Reich’s Impossible Quest: to Save Capitalism for the Many

Why Bernie Sanders is No Jeremy Corbyn

In Defense of Greece’s Syriza

Organized Labor: To Be or Not to Be?

The Sanders Conundrum

Arne Duncan Fouls Out on Common Core

Teacher Unions Default on the Fightback

Paul Krugman Entangled in His Own Logic

What the AFL-CIO Did Not Say About Raising Wages

The Strategic Significance of the Fight for $15 an Hour

Does Capitalism Inevitably Produce Inequalities?

How to Jumpstart Your Union

What’s at Stake in Privatizing Education

The New York Times Gets an ‘F’ on Education Policy

Organized Labor’s Default

Who Is An Objective Journalist?

A Curious New York Times Article on Teacher Evaluations

AFL-CIO’s Own Oil Disaster

How To Defend the Public Sector

Krugman Discovers Marx…and Misses the Point

The Chicago Teachers and Their Students’ Test Scores

How Unions Could Do Much Better

Inequalities, Taxes and More Inequalities

How Not to be a Union

Labor Declares Victory in Face of Defeat

How Democrats Exploit Occupy

Jerry Brown’s Terrorizing Tactic

Bankers and Forgiveness

The Unions, the Millionaires Tax, and the Road to Success

The Working Class Begins to Fight Back

NEA Flunks Crucial Test

Why Inequality Matters

Why Inequality Matters