The Magazine

Sentences We Didn’t Finish

Sep 16, 2013, Vol. 19, No. 02 • By THE SCRAPBOOK
Widget tooltip
Single Page Print Larger Text Smaller Text Alerts
Sentences We Didn’t Finish

'Could this Labor Day mark the comeback of movements for workers’ rights and a turn toward innovation and a new militancy on behalf of wage-earners? Suggesting this is not the same as a foolish and romantic optimism that foresees an instant union revival. What’s actually happening is more interesting. Precisely because no one in organized labor expects the proportion of private-sector workers in their ranks to rise sharply anytime soon .  .  . ” (E. J. Dionne Jr., Washington Post, September 2, 2013).

Recent Blog Posts

The Weekly Standard Archives

Browse 20 Years of the Weekly Standard

Old covers