With Boris Johnson as prime minister, a no-deal Brexit is a real possibility. The Left must start organizing now to avert it.
The threat is climate change, not immigration. Pro-migrant politics should be part of any effort to tackle the climate crisis.
Boris Johnson’s career has been one long romp of consequence-free irresponsibility. Now, as he faces an impossible Brexit and unprecedented public scrutiny, his lucky streak is about to end.
Brexit is giving the Lib Dems the opportunity to rebrand as a reforming, progressive party. But they're still a force for privilege and austerity. New leader Jo Swinson will only make matters worse.
Kumail Nanjiani’s new Uber-based buddy flick, Stuber, says a lot about woke masculinity, economic precarity, and the death of the old-school "taxi movie." It’s also not very good.
For forty years, the UAW has sought to act as management’s “partner” in running the auto industry. The results have been a disaster.
For decades, government policy helped make segregation worse. But we can use the power of the government to reverse it in the twenty-first century.
Defenders of Israel’s human rights abuses frequently attack critics for supposedly suppressing freedom of speech. But as the recent controversy at Williams College shows, it’s Palestine solidarity activists who face the highest risks when they speak out.
Electing Bernie Sanders president wouldn’t be enough to fight climate change. But his class-struggle politics give us the best chance we have to take on the fossil fuel companies.
The new era of financial capitalism, with its explosion of household debt and its dependence on complex derivatives, has caused fundamental changes in the way capital exploits labor.
Rich people love to give away money for charitable causes to convince you that they’re not so bad after all. Don’t be fooled: we need to dispossess the benevolent rich of their ill-gotten gains, too.
Beyond clichés about a “clash of civilizations,” a new book by French sociologist Fabien Truong illuminates the role of Islam in the lives of France’s poor and marginalized.