Chart of The Day – Covid Unemployment – David Ruccio

By David Ruccio, Aug 11, 2020  Source : https://mronline.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/chart-of-the-day-87.jpg To read the mainstream press, you’d think that the U.S. economy—especially the economy from the standpoint of workers—is on the mend. The New York Times is a good example: The American economy gained 1.8 million jobs last month, even as the coronavirus surged in many parts of the country and newly reintroducedContinue reading “Chart of The Day – Covid Unemployment – David Ruccio”

What about Unemployment Councils? – Proposal from Rosanna Cambron and Joe Sims, Co Chairpersons of CPUSA

May 13, 2010 We’re reaching out to comrades and friends all over the country to join in building a united campaign against unemployment. Until it’s safe to work we need income and when it’s safe we demand sustainable jobs with a Green New Deal! The time has come to organize unemployment councils that would bringContinue reading “What about Unemployment Councils? – Proposal from Rosanna Cambron and Joe Sims, Co Chairpersons of CPUSA”

Surviving COVID-19 in Vietnam, the ‘safest place in the world’ – Amiad Horowitz- April 30th, 2020

https://peoplesworld.org/article/surviving-covid-19-in-vietnam-the-safest-place-in-the-world/Hanoi – Helicopters hovering over rice paddies, burning villages, and the sound of gunfire are the images many older Americans conjure when they hear the word Vietnam. Hollywood provides grist for our imagination about this country. For younger people, if they think of Vietnam at all, their images are those of a poor, developing countryContinue reading “Surviving COVID-19 in Vietnam, the ‘safest place in the world’ – Amiad Horowitz- April 30th, 2020”