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Jane Slaughter

Jane Slaughter

Jane Slaughter is a journalist who writes frequently on labor affairs. Her writing has appeared in The Nation, The Progressive, Monthly Review, and In These Times. She is based in Detroit.

Slaughter is on the staff of the labor magazine Labor Notes. Before that, she worked for several years as a UAW activist.

Slaughter is the author of Concessions and How To Beat Them and co-author, with Mike Parker, of Choosing Sides: Unions and the Team Concept and Working Smart: A Union Guide to Participation Programs and Reengineering. She is also the editor of Troublemaker's Handbook 2.

Other articles by this author

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How To Fan the Flames

By Alexandra Bradbury and Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | Op-Ed

Learn From the Teachers: Chicago Strike Showed What a Union Is For

By Mark Brenner and Jane Slaughter, SpeakOut | Op-Ed

Organizers Worth Their Salt

By Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | News Analysis

Down the Up Escalator

By Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | Book Review

Longshore Workers Dump Scab Grain to Protect Jobs

By Evan Rohar and Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | Report
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Jane Slaughter

Jane Slaughter

Jane Slaughter is a journalist who writes frequently on labor affairs. Her writing has appeared in The Nation, The Progressive, Monthly Review, and In These Times. She is based in Detroit.

Slaughter is on the staff of the labor magazine Labor Notes. Before that, she worked for several years as a UAW activist.

Slaughter is the author of Concessions and How To Beat Them and co-author, with Mike Parker, of Choosing Sides: Unions and the Team Concept and Working Smart: A Union Guide to Participation Programs and Reengineering. She is also the editor of Troublemaker's Handbook 2.

Other articles by this author

2014.4.1.Strike.thumb

How To Fan the Flames

By Alexandra Bradbury and Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | Op-Ed

Learn From the Teachers: Chicago Strike Showed What a Union Is For

By Mark Brenner and Jane Slaughter, SpeakOut | Op-Ed

Organizers Worth Their Salt

By Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | News Analysis

Down the Up Escalator

By Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | Book Review

Longshore Workers Dump Scab Grain to Protect Jobs

By Evan Rohar and Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes | Report