The Port Huron Statement at Fifty

The Port Huron Statement of Students for a Democratic Society, written fifty years ago this June, is the most ambitious, the most specific, and the most eloquent manifesto in the history of the American Left. It is also, at just … {…}

By Michael Kazin

Bruce Springsteen’s American Dream

March 8, 2012 · Online Articles

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By Natasha Lewis

Did Zuccotti Matter?

November 16, 2011 · Blog

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By Nick Serpe

In Defense of Hippies

October 23, 2011 · Online Articles

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By Danny Goldberg

Real Men Find Real Utopias

Envisioning Real Utopias by Erik Olin Wright Verso, 2010, 394 pp. A BOOK on utopias by a Marxist sociologist seems promising, perhaps even courageous. In Envisioning Real Utopias, Erik Olin Wright seeks to counter widespread cynicism about radical social transformation. … {…}

By Russell Jacoby

From the Archives: “The Right to Be Lazy”

July 15, 2010 · Blog

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By Editors

What is an American City?

For many years I have argued that in the decades after the Second World War, economic, demographic, and spatial transformations in the United States resulted in an urban form unlike any other in history. Recently, I realized that in one … {…}

By Michael B. Katz
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