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With the popularity of Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Americans are embracing the class politics of socialism. But what, exactly, is socialism? And what would a socialist system in America look like? Jacobin editor Bhaskar Sunkara explores socialism's history since the mid-1800s and presents a vision for its future. Paperback book, 288 pages.
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Jacobin's Meagan Day and Micah Uetricht provide a road map for fighting for democratic socialism at the ballot box and in the streets, well beyond the Sanders campaign. It's a full-length, hard cover book.
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Political organizing is hard — political education shouldn’t have to be. The first three pamphlets, produced in conjunction with Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy, focus on: "Understanding Capitalism," "Capitalism and the State," and "Capitalism and the Class Struggle" bundled together.
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From Verso Books' Jacobin Series: in the twenty-first century, all politics are climate politics. A Planet to Win explores the political potential and concrete first steps of a Green New Deal. It calls for dismantling the fossil fuel industry, building beautiful landscapes of renewable energy, and guaranteeing climate-friendly work, no-carbon housing, and free public transit. And it shows how a Green New Deal in the United States can strengthen climate justice movements worldwide.
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Branko Marcetic's new book exposes the forgotten history of Joe Biden, one of the United States’ longest-serving politicians, and one of its least scrutinized. Over nearly fifty years in politics, the man called “Middle-Class Joe” served as a key architect of the Democratic Party’s rightward turn, ushering in the end of the liberal New Deal order and assisting the political takeover of the radical right.
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Daniel Denvir provides a powerful and impressively researched account of the long but often forgotten history that gave us Donald Trump. although his actions may often seem unprecedented, they are not as unusual as many people believe. This story doesn’t begin with Trump. For decades, Republicans and Democrats alike have employed xenophobic ideas and policies, declaring time and again that “illegal immigration” is a threat to the nation’s security, wellbeing, and future.
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Our cities are changing. Around the world, more and more money is being invested in buildings and land. Real estate is now a $217 trillion dollar industry, worth thirty-six times the value of all the gold ever mined. Samuel Stein explains the role of planners in the real estate state, as well as the remarkable power of planning to reclaim urban life.
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In Four Futures, Peter Frase imagines how this post-capitalist world might look, deploying the tools of both social science and speculative fiction to explore what communism, rentism, socialism and exterminism might actually entail.
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A partnership with Verso Books, the Jacobin series will feature short interrogations of politics, economics, and culture from a socialist perspective, as an avenue to radical political practice. The next two books ship next week. Subscribe today!
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The tendency to divorce racial disparities from economic inequality has a long liberal lineage, which Touré F. Reed, a professor of history at Illinois State University, takes on in his new book, Towards Freedom. His work looks at the long history of advance for African Americans in the United States and highlights the importance of affirmative action and radical redistributive policies as central to anti-racism today.