Railroad Managers Blew Off Workers' Concerns - The Thursday AM Quickie 2/16/23

I'm really bummed to say goodbye to Jack as a colleague here at the Quickie, and I know many of you feel the same. I won't be the sole writer for too long, I am assured. But until Sam hires another writer for me to banter with, you'll be stuck with my stream-of-consciousness rambling in this opening note. Bon voyage, Jack! Please stay safe in Ukraine and return posthaste. - Corey


2/16: Emma hosts Jarrod Shanahan, assistant professor of criminal justice at Governors State University, and Zhandarka Kurti, assistant professor of criminology and criminal justice at Loyola University, Chicago, to discuss their recent book States of Incarceration: Rebellion, Reform, and America's Punishment System. Then, Emma is joined by Jake Werner, research fellow at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, to discuss his recent piece entitled "Washington inflates the China balloon threat."


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Rail Workers Warn Greed, Impunity Will Cause More Disasters

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