The West Virginia teacher strike represents a return to public worker unionism's radical roots.
It's time to reintegrate radical ideas into the labor movement.
For unions, the most important question isn't who will replace Scalia. It's how to knock down the barriers labor law imposes.
Two thousand workers are now on strike at a Wisconsin plant. It's the kind of fight labor must win if it has any chance at reviving.
The strike is still labor's strongest weapon.