Like the Tea Party in the Obama years, liberals lament a country they no longer recognize — and go hunting for foreign culprits to blame.
Seth Ackerman is Jacobin's executive editor.
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.
Today's Republican extremism owes more to the Constitution that established the Union than the secessionists who sundered it. It's Hoover's party — and Madison's — not Calhoun's.