What happens when irresistible Brexit meets an immovable EU? Theresa May will soon find out.
California’s massive, deadly wildfires aren’t just a consequence of climate change — they’re a result of the profit model in utilities. We need to nationalize PG&E and the entire national power grid.
Bill de Blasio is welcoming Amazon to New York City with open arms — proving that his progressive reputation was always a sham.
Forgiving student debt would benefit more than just the wealthy — but that doesn’t mean we should be completely on board.
What happens to worker power when the most pressing struggle in workers’ lives isn’t against the boss but against addiction?
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Children deserve to spend their days in the company of peers, having fun, and discovering the world with the help of loving, well-compensated adults.
The recent tendency to boil class down to consumption habits and taste in food is tiresome and unsound.
Decrying “tribalism” is a favorite pastime of American elites, but the real problem is the unity among them.
Many on today’s Left seek to abolish work. But the goal of socialism is to transform it.
The midterms have given the Democratic Party a boost. But their professional-class politics are a cul de sac — we desperately need a political revolution driven by the needs and aspirations of the multiracial working class.
Howard Zinn’s life was a model for left-wing intellectuals to both produce and take action to transform the world.
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In the aftermath of his defeat to far-right Jair Bolsonaro in the Brazilian presidential elections, Fernando Haddad looks back to the days of the 1980s Workers Party.
Until recently, Spain was uniquely free of neofascism. Not anymore.
Eric Hobsbawm’s close engagement with the Italian Communist Party demonstrated the sharply political character of his work.
In Europe, austerity hasn’t led to economic growth. But that’s not the point — the point is to discipline workers.
Israel isn’t just maintaining a brutal military occupation. It’s also supplying weapons to genocidal regimes around the world.
Africa* Is a Country
*Not the continent with 54 countries
“I love Africa Is a Country, because it is basically the inside of my head.”
— Teju Cole