One hundred years ago today, radical sailors, soldiers, and workers in Germany rose up to put an end to the carnage of World War I. And the revolutionary upheaval had only just begun.
Sean Larson is PhD student in German studies at New York University.
On July 14, 1889, the Second International was born to unite the workers of the world. What happened to that dream?
The UAW's dissident AWDU caucus argues that democratizing the union is the only way for workers to win big.