The Good Years May Be Over, and Labor Didn’t Get Much

Source: In These Times
by Hamilton Nolan

“On January 20, 2021, Joe Biden was inaugurated as president, and an invisible clock started ticking. That clock has been measuring the window of opportunity: The time during which Democrats held the White House and both branches of Congress. History told us that window would probably be closing with the 2022 midterm elections. When you think back over the past two years, they may feel, subjectively, like a time of great chaos – Covid, economic peril and great political struggles over democracy itself. Wrong! The last two years were the good times. The Democrats did better than expected in the midterms, but they appear likely to lose the House (thanks to gerrymandering). That’s all it will take to shut down the chance at any progressive legislation for the next two years.” (11/14/22)

https://inthesetimes.com/article/midterms-labor-union-biden-democrats-house-gerrymandering