Jane Slaughter

Jane Slaughter is a Detroit journalist and founder of Labor Notes. She is an advisory ATC editor.

The Making of Corporate Empire
Against the Current, No. 197, November/December 2018

When Chinese Labor Strikes
Against the Current, No. 184, September/October 2016

China: Workers Rising?
Against the Current, No. 178, September/October 2015

Workplace Violence: Silent Epidemic
Against the Current, No. 175, March/April 2015

Studies About Workplace Violence
Against the Current, No. 175, March/April 2015

Every Woman for Herself
Against the Current, No. 144, January/February 2010

Remembering Spain's Revolution
Against the Current, No. 143, November/December 2009

Elissa Karg Chacker, 1951-2008
Against the Current, No. 135, July/August 2008

A Time for Learning
Against the Current, No. 133, March/April 2008

The New AFL-CIO's Five-Year Record
Against the Current, No. 89, November/December 2000

Notes on the Millenium
Against the Current, No. 81, July/August 1999

The Labor Party in the Big Picture
Against the Current, No. 78, January/February 1999

Economics and the Communist Manifesto--Part 2
Against the Current, No. 72, January/February 1998

John Sweeney's New-Old AFL-CIO
Against the Current, No. 67, March/April 1997

The Most Dangerous Man in Detroit
Against the Current, No. 64, September/October 1996

A Note on the Mainstream Reviews
Against the Current, No. 64, September/October 1996

Guatemalan Women's New World of Struggle
Against the Current, No. 61, March/April 1996

Main Courts, Not Just Desserts
Against the Current, No. 61, March/April 1996

A Unionist's Life
Against the Current, No. 61, March/April 1996

The New American Workplace
Against the Current, No. 58, September/October 1995

Backlash in the Workplace
Against the Current, No. 43, March/April 1993

Management's "Ideal" Concept
Against the Current No. 19, March/April 1989

Other Points of View
Against the Current No. 19, March/April 1989