Harper's Garret Keizer on 'Labor's Last Stand

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Hundreds of union members held a rally outside of San Francisco City Hall on February 26, 2018 as the US Supreme Court began to hear oral arguments in the Janus V. AFSCME case.  (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The United States was once a bastion of strong collective bargaining rights, but labor unions have steadily been losing ground, with membership at its lowest rate in decades. In his latest article, Harper's contributing editor Garret Keizer details the decline of workers' unions and the possible effects of court decisions such as Janus v. AFSCME. Keizer joins Forum to discuss his article and why the conflict between labor and management is a “fight to the death.”

Labor's Last Stand (Harper's)

Guests:

Garret Keizer, Harper's Magazine, contributing editor

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