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Our findings suggest that the 2020 presidential election represented a continued shift in the base of the Democratic Party from one rooted in working-class voters to a coalition that’s highly concentrated in high-income suburbs.
In November, the Right continued to lose wealthy suburbs but made inroads in working-class counties.
Records from the Clinton presidential archive give a revealing — and unflattering — look at the triangulating politics of Senator Joe Biden.
A slice of life from a country in crisis.
We know the US rail network is no match for trains in France or Japan. But Barack Obama’s plan for high-speed rail couldn’t even match that of Morocco or Uzbekistan.
How the neoliberal project’s very own fifty-state strategy left poverty and low wages in its wake.
By virtually any measure, people in the United States are worse off than those in other rich countries. There’s no disputing the impact of our weak entitlements and paltry labor protections.
It used to be better to be a low-wage worker in the United States than in France. That hasn’t been the case for a long while.
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Leaked messages from Labour Party staff littered with casual racism and sexism show that they worked against Jeremy Corbyn and wanted to keep the Tories in power.
We looked at the best polling from the 2020 primary season. Turns out, you can spot a Bernie Sanders supporter not just by their age, but by their support for social-democratic policies.
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The point of a reading list should be to understand the world in order to change it. Here are ten essential books that can help inform the struggle for racial justice today.