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.
Seth Ackerman is Jacobin's executive editor.
Like the Tea Party in the Obama years, liberals lament a country they no longer recognize — and go hunting for foreign culprits to blame.
How a book published twenty years ago predicted Trump’s trade war with China.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez prioritizes accountability to movements over loyalty to the Democratic Party. It's the embryo of a new way of approaching left-wing politics.
If the goal of Russian hackers was to cause chaos in the US, they're succeeding — national security elites are in full meltdown mode.
HBO’s new owner sees tremendous profit opportunities in the network. That’s bad news for anyone who likes good TV.
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Henry Wallace was a brilliant progressive with an open mind. That’s where the trouble began.
With the rise of Donald Trump, we need to think seriously about what it would take to form a democratic organization rooted in the working class.
Refusing to engage with Trump's base will only guarantee the growth of the far right.
Vox's attack on Bernie Sanders is sold as a policy critique. It's actually a dishonest exercise in managing the Democratic Party base.
Frederick Douglass believed there was an alternative. So should we.
Some notes on a recent controversy.
Bernie Sanders' signature issues aren't "white" issues.
Turning Uber into a worker cooperative would be surprisingly simple.
The Right is trying to essentialize Muslims. The Left should not fall into the same trap.
Vox says higher wages for fast-food workers will lead to mass layoffs. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Piketty’s warnings of a capitalism without meritocracy are being challenged by an ossified economic theory.
Let’s have a debate over the Left and the state. But not on the libertarians’ distorted terms.