Milton Fisk

Milton Fisk is long-time union and health care activist. He is professor emeritus at Indiana University and the author of several books, including Justice: Key Concepts in Critical Theory (Humanity Books, 2001), Toward a Healthy Society: The Morality and Politics of American Health Care Reform (University Press of Kansas, 2000), An Essay in Political Theory (Cambridge University Press, 1989), Ethics and Society: A Marxist Interpretation of Value (New York University Press, 1980). He edited, with A. Anton and Nancy Holmstrom, Not for Sale: In Defense of Public Goods (Westview Press, 2000).

Unions and the Road to Socialism
Against the Current, No. 174, January/February 2015

The Case for Critical Support
Against the Current, No. 166, September/October 2013

Health Care Reform or Ruin?
Against the Current, No. 160, September/October 2012

"Right to Work": Menace to Labor
Against the Current, No. 157, March / April 2012

After Obama's Health Care Law
Against the Current, No. 147, July/August 2010

Letter from the Editors: Health Care Reform
Against the Current, No. 142, September/October 2009

The Presidential Candidates' Health Plans
Against the Current, No. 137, November/December 2008

The Health Care Crisis and Kerry-Bush
Against the Current, No. 111, July/August 2004

On Wars for High Principle
Against the Current, No. 107, November/December 2003

Privatization by Stealth: Canadian Health Care in Crisis
Against the Current, No. 85, March/April 2000

Promoting Unity and Solidarity
Against the Current, No. 64, September/October 1996

Cuba: The Party, the Market
Against the Current, No. 61, March/April 1996

Clinton's Failing Health Plan
Against the Current, No. 47, November/December 1993

Privatization and Russian Workers
Against the Current, No. 38, May/June 1992

Campus Unionism at Twenty Five
Against the Current, No. 35, November/December 1991

Why Social Context Is Crucial
Against the Current, No. 33, July/August 1991

Is Democracy Enough?
Against the Current, No. 29, November/December 1990

U.S. Labor & Foreign Competition
Against the Current No. 19, March/April 1989