After Harris v Quinn: The State of Our Unions

July 2, 2014

Eileen Boris and Jennifer KleinJoel RogersJoshua Freeman and Jane McAleveypieces range from meditations on what Harris v. Quinn means for the vast corps of women (particularly women of color) who make up this new “partial public employee” category to the way the Court has warped the First Amendment into a scythe to slice apart some of our most basic social protections. And if the meditations are not always cheery, well, this isn’t a particularly cheery topic. Then again, it’s not hopeless either. As McAlevey argues, labor still has time to save itself.

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