Chokwe Lumumba discusses popular power and the past and future of revolutionary struggle in the American South.
Bhaskar Sunkara is the founding editor of Jacobin.
By 2036, we'll move Labor Day to May 1. Maybe Christmas, as well, but these things take time.
Progressives should be less concerned about how people are protesting and more concerned about who is mobilizing and what they’re fighting for.
The new issue of Jacobin will be out in May. Here's a sneak peek and an animated GIF to share with your friends.
Chokwe Lumumba (1947–2014).
After numerous delays, Class Action: An Activist Teacher's Handbook is finally ready.
Seeger did good — because he was a communist, not in spite of it.
Moving forward, on a shoestring as ever before, here are some projects that we’re excited for in the coming year.
The first wave of Jacobin books will be released in early March 2014, with several more to come.
Does the Left have anything to learn from the Tea Party?
The New York City mayoral candidate talks about labor issues and more.
Our next issue will be mailed to subscribers on August 16 and released online on September 2.
Bob Fitch on the Left, the Right, and what a real labor movement would look like.
On the Italian Communist Party and the path not taken between the horrors of state socialism and the bankruptcy of modern social democracy.
Michael Harrington was wrong about a lot of things, but not quite in the way Joe Allen describes.
A new New Deal alliance would bode well for the liberal-left, but rejuvenating American liberalism will only be a means to an end.
It’s impossible to deny that institutionally the socialist left is in disarray.
What would a national core curriculum to prepare students for work in the Age of Service look like?
Margaret Thatcher's legacy isn't going anywhere.
Our new issue is slightly delayed, but only for the best of reasons. We're getting bigger and better.