Kim Moody

Kim Moody is a founder of Labor Notes and author of several books on labor and politics. He is currently a visiting scholar at the University of Westminster in London, and a member of the University and College Union and the National Union of Journalists. His forthcoming book is Breaking the Impasse: Electoral Politics, Mass Action & the New Socialist Movement in the United States (Haymarket Books). His previous books include On New Terrain: How Capital Is Reshaping the Battleground of Class War, An Injury to All: The Decline of American Unionism, Workers in a Lean World, Unions in the International Economy, and U.S. Labor in Trouble and Transition.

Analyzing the 2020 Election: Who Paid? Who Benefits?
Against the Current No. 211, March/April 2021

The First Fourteen Days
Against the Current No. 211, March/April 2021

Competition, Inequality & Class Struggle
Against the Current, No. 202, September/October 2019

Is There a Gig Economy?
Against the Current, No. 197, November/December 2018

Review Essay: Are Strikes Over?
Against the Current, No. 194, May/June 2018

Theresa May's Katrina
Against the Current, No. 189, July/August 2017

The Ohio Vote in November
Against the Current, No. 187, March/April 2017

Who Put Trump in the White House?
Against the Current, No. 186, January/February 2017

Was Brexit a Working-Class Revolt?
Against the Current, No. 184, September/October 2016

U.S. Labor -- What's New, What's Not?
Against the Current, No. 182, May/June 2016

General Strikes, Mass Strikes
Against the Current, No. 160, September/October 2012

Wisconsin and Beyond
Against the Current, No. 152, May/June 2011

The Crisis and the Potential
Against the Current, No. 145, March/April 2010

Kicking Ass for the Working Class
Against the Current, No. 133, March/April 2008

On Immigration and Wages
Against the Current, No. 131, November/December 2007

Harvest of Empire, Part 2
Against the Current, No. 128, May/June 2007

Immigrant Workers in the United States (Part 1)
Against the Current, No. 127, March/April 2007

Global Capital and Economic Nationalism (Part 2)
Against the Current, No. 88, September/October 2000

Protectionism or Solidarity? (Part I)
Against the Current, No. 87, July/August 2000

Big Three Win A Modular Future: Contract Hype and Reality
Against the Current, No. 83, November/December 1999

On Workers in A Lean World
Against the Current, No. 80, May/June 1999

Worker Resistance in Telecommunications
Against the Current, No. 77, November/December 1998

At General Motors, "What Means This Strike?"
Against the Current, No. 76, September/October 1998

Despite Defeat, CAT Workers "Vote Solidarity"
Against the Current, No. 74, May/June 1998

Unity Begins Somewhere
Against the Current, No. 64, September/October 1996

The Shape of Today's Imperialism
Against the Current, No. 59, November/December 1995

Why the Industrial Working Class Still Matters
Against the Current, No. 58, September/October 1995

A Reply to Callinicos on the State & Capital
Against the Current, No. 56, May/June 1995

Alex Callinicos on State and Capital
Against the Current, No. 52, September/October 1994

Labor Under Clinton
Against the Current, No. 43, March/April 1993

Who Reformed the Teamsters?
Against the Current, No. 37, March/April 1992

Free Trade, Promise or Menace?
Against the Current, No. 33, July/August 1991

"...the global economic impact of cold war chill-out will put strong pressure on U.S. capital... [and] intensification of competition on a world scale"
Against the Current, No. 25, March/April 1990

China: The Roots of Worker Revolt
Against the Current, No. 23, November/December 1989