Boots Riley’s Sorry to Bother You captures the crude madness that we live in every day under capitalism.
The message of Israel’s new “nation state” law is as simple as it as repugnant: Palestinians need not exist.
Everybody’s talking about democratic socialism these days. Here’s what you need to know about it.
Want to find out if “progressives” are winning their fight against “establishment” Democrats? Good luck figuring out who’s who — you’ll have to take the candidates at their word.
We joined the New Communist Movement because we were serious about changing the world. It taught us much about how to organize — and how sectarianism ruins everything.
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How Students for a Democratic Society went from building a mass movement to embracing the politics of self-destruction.
In an extensive interview, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez discusses the nuts and bolts of her recent victory, why centrist Democrats are vulnerable to left-wing challengers, voter disenfranchisement, the political status of Puerto Rico, and much more.
Steve Bannon thinks the Mediterranean can be a laboratory for anti-migrant politics worldwide. Unfortunately, he’s right.
Elon Musk and his space-baron brethren want our admiration. Their narcissistic exploits deserve nothing but our scorn.
Like the Tea Party in the Obama years, liberals lament a country they no longer recognize — and go hunting for foreign culprits to blame.
Bombed by the US Air Force at the height of World War II, Rome’s San Lorenzo district symbolizes the resilience of a popular antifascism.
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Socialist New York State Senate candidate Julia Salazar on electoral politics, the Democratic Party, and why strikes matter.
Tory disputes over Brexit are nothing new. But today’s crisis in Theresa May’s party highlights deeper fractures in the Conservative base.
Bernie Sanders’s town hall on Monday delivered a radical message: workers are getting screwed, and the capitalist class is to blame.
How a book published twenty years ago predicted Trump’s trade war with China.
Hunter S. Thompson was born this day in 1937. While often claimed by the libertarian right, his politics had more in common with the radical left.
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