SOURCE: NY Times
A book based on ideas associated with a labor group from the early 20th century has provided a blueprint for organizing without a formal union.
by Michael W. Flamm
He lacked the technology, but he championed the idea that anybody with a driver’s license and a clean record could offer their driving services.
by Christian G. Samito,
While some local governments will probably impose more robust regulations on Uber vehicles, it seems inconceivable that a court would shut down a new method of for-hire transportation because it competes with an existing one.
- St. Malo, Louisiana, Site of Earliest Filipino-American Settlement, Threatened by Climate Change
- Executive Privilege was out of Control Before Steve Bannon Claimed It
- Can Skeletons Have Racial Identity?
- Diver Discovers 900-Year-Old Sword Dating to the Crusades
- Is the Academy's New Museum Neglecting the Jewish Pioneers of Hollywood?
- How Cigarettes Became a Civil Rights Issue
- David Graeber and David Wengrow Have Given Human History a Rewrite
- Dems Worry Not Passing Biden Agenda Will Kill Them in the Midterms. Does Legislation Actually Matter?
- #HATM: "Historians at the Movies" Builds Community One Screening at a Time
- Must We Unite Around Slaveholders? Woody Holton and Jamelle Bouie on the Politics of History