Carl Finamore

Carl Finamore is Machinist Lodge 1781 delegate, San Francisco Labor Council, AFL-CIO. He can be reached at

Who Runs Egypt?

Of Unions, Nuns and Health Care

Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt

Tough Days Ahead in Egypt

Back in Egypt’s Tinderbox

Triad of Business, Cops & Politicians Attack Occupy

Is Capitalism Losing the Debate?

Sept 22: The Big One is Coming

Nurses Take on Wall Street

Tunisian and Egyptian Women Talk About Their Revolutions

When is a Riot a Revolt?

San Francisco Police Claim Harding Shot Himself

Spinning the Hospital Union Election

Remaking Egypt Beyond Tahrir Square

Bill Clinton Leaves Town With Full Pockets, Empty Conscience

Hilton Makes Peace in San Francisco

The Unfinished Revolution

Beyond Tahrir Square

Cairo, One Day After Mubarak

Hyatt Sues Hotel Workers Union

The San Francisco Hotel Dispute

Hotel Workers Dig In

Pilot Protests Underscore Passenger Safety

Hyatt’s Dirty Safety Record

San Francisco’s Hotel Frank(enstein)

Labor and Money Clash in 15 Cities

Runaway Recession

Monopoly in the Skies

Union Democracy on Trial

Inside Organizing and Outside Representation

How to Succeed After Failing

Class Clowns

Negotiating Separately, Fighting Together

The San Francisco Hotel Dispute

Strike One for Hotels

San Francisco Braces for a Major Labor Dispute

Backstage at the AFL-CIO Convention

China’s Birthday Stimulation

The Hotel Workers’ Kickass Local 2

The Deferential Party

New Prescription for a Healthy Union Movement

Save Us From Those Who Would Save Us

Thank God I’m an Atheist!

Capitalism on Steroids

China in the Spotlight

A Street Protester Looks Back at 1968

I Ain’t Gonna Work No More

A Look Inside the Hangars

Airline Deregulation Makes a Hard Landing

Taking On United Airlines