July 1, the day ‘Free trade’ died 

ITC says 40 years of trade deals didn’t help much. Our assessment: They accelerated the loss of American manufacturing.  

Free trade — a litmus test for labor

Labor’s endorsements and political contributions aren’t a right. They’re an honor.

U.S. starts first-ever CAFTA enforcement action against Guatemala for labor rights

The UN has documented 30 assassinations of union members in Guatemala since 2008

Obama hasn’t lived up to campaign promises on trade

There was a moment during the 2008 presidential campaign when an American union worker could believe Barack Obama would chart a new course on trade policy. Those hopes have faded.