The following are the reports and findings of the Workers Inquiry.

The Social and Historical Context of the Detroit Bankruptcy

By Jerry White, 19 February 2014

The Political Conspiracy Behind the Bankruptcy of Detroit: Anatomy of a Crime

By Larry Porter

Art and the working class

By David Walsh

The Detroit Bankruptcy: A Travesty of Democracy

By Tom Carter

The rape of Detroit: Deindustrialization, financialization and parasitism

By Barry Grey

Workers Inquiry discussion focuses on political strategy to oppose Detroit bankruptcy

By our reporter, 18 February 2014

Workers, students and youth discussed the central political issues at stake in the Detroit bankruptcy at the Workers Inquiry on February 15.

Workers Inquiry examines political conspiracy behind Detroit bankruptcy

By Kate Randall, 17 February 2014

The inquiry exposed a political conspiracy to rip up city workers’ pensions and benefits, privatize the DIA and restructure the city in the interests of the rich.

Detroit Inquiry attendees denounce attack on workers’ rights

By WSWS reporters, 17 February 2014