Eric Hobsbawm’s close engagement with the Italian Communist Party demonstrated the sharply political character of his work.
Until recently, Spain was uniquely free of neofascism. Not anymore.
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.
A stealth right-wing campaign to call a constitutional convention is perilously close to succeeding. Its goal: repealing the twentieth century.
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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.
Jovanka Beckles is a democratic socialist running for California state assembly. In an interview, she explains how she fought oil giant Chevron, how to fix California’s housing crisis, and why capitalism isn’t working for average Californians.
Bernie Sanders is using his bully pulpit to take on capitalists that pay poverty wages. His latest target: the Walton family.
Andrew Cuomo is being touted as a 2020 presidential contender. But his juvenile justice reform law does more to shore up the carceral state than attack it.
The Democrats’ retaking of the House means that Obamacare is finally safe. But people with preexisting conditions won’t be out of the woods until we have a Medicare-for-All system.
A new book of essays edited by UK Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell makes the case for economic democracy and charts the increasingly transformative thinking of Corbyn’s Labour Party.
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The recent tendency to boil class down to consumption habits and taste in food is tiresome and unsound.
For over half a century, a war against Colombian civilians has been waged alongside the war against Colombia’s guerrilla insurgencies. And the British state has supported it.
For all the Soviet Union’s faults, by traversing its vast architectural landscape, we can get a glimpse of what a built environment for the many, not the few, could look like.
Despite their often-high salaries, tech workers are workers. And like any other kind of worker, to advocate for their interests on the job, they need to get organized.
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.
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