[S04 E11] New
In this episode of CHH, Dr. Fraad talks about the strikes sweeping the nation. In spite of a compromised AFL-CIO and no powerful Socialist labor Party or powerful Socialist media, American Labor is beginning to realize that labor is indeed essential and deserves to be valued and paid. Striketober is a beginning.
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I have found and resurrected digital copies of The Public and have uploaded them to the website of the School of Cooperative Individualism. The issues of The Public can be accessed here:
Scroll down from the top of the page to the listing for The Public.