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Writings by Doug Mann
E-brochure (A print version to be ready by June 1)
Includes speech at Socialist Action Forum - 23 April 1998
Separate But Equal? (1998)
Minneapolis Public Schools Proceed with Resegregation Plan
1/26/98, revised 12/30/2000
Gifted Education and Ability Grouping in America's Public Schools
Spring 1994 Revised 12/20/97
Altering perceptions instead of overhauling a failing school system (2000)
Four statements /speeches
Memoir of a union activist
Two Views of American Capitalism in the Late 20th Century
28 May 1994 A Critique of Robert Reich's Theory of the "New Economy."
Why did the long post World War II boom happen? The disintegration of several European colonial empires, which accompanied the emergence of the US and USSR as superpowers after World War II, laid the basis for a long economic boom. For similar reasons, robust economic growth in the US was made possible during the latter part of the 1990s by the counterrevolution in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe and free market reforms in China. This essay predicted fairly robust economic growth in the US during the latter part of the 1990s.
Statement distributed at the founding convention of the Labor Party; Cleveland Ohio, June 1996
Socialist Alternative Statement (Feb. 2001)
Statement (revised 6 September 2001)
from 'Health Care Workers Advocate'
from the Health Care Workers Advocate web site, May-June 2001
9 July 2001 How the strike movement of 9,000 RNs in the Twin Cities was
derailed (May-June 2001) Headings: The One-at-a-Time Strategy -
The Scab Nurse Shortage - The Public Relations Front -
The HealthEast Settlement - The Domino Effect -
Ratification of a Rejected Contract - The Formation of RNs for Change -
The Legacy of "Win-Win" Bargaining - No Confidence in Management to
Voluntarily Reduce RN Workloads - Nursing Shortage or Staffing Crisis?
Not Yet Published Online
The NAACP's Voluntary Desegregation Plan:
Why the NAACP should disown it (2000)
The Settlement of NAACP v. Minnesota:
A solution for the Democratic Party's Image Problem (2000)