Our Revolution’s political director assesses the left’s midterm achievements and discusses the organization’s plan to build a progressive mass movement and transform the Democratic Party.
What would community-owned, democratically controlled housing actually look like? From California to Germany to Uruguay, popular movements offer an inspiring range of answers.
In recounting how a group of politically engaged scholars sought to extend solidarity to East Asia in the 1968 era, a new book falls into many of the same pitfalls as the scholars it profiles.
Bye Scott Walker.
White supremacists are seeing the limits of what they can achieve electorally. Now, the raging fear Trump inflames threatens escalating violence.
The horrors threatened by Brazil’s new president are compounded by a potential war on the Amazon. It is up to the left to build a coalition capable of overcoming it.
Ballot initiatives led to progressive victories in unlikely places. The left should use them more often.
Contrary to Trumpian fantasy, noncitizens didn’t get a direct say in the midterms. But their voices still mattered on Election Day.
Socialist parties emerged as dynamic, powerful forces at the turn of the twentieth century. After decades of decline, can they revive themselves in the twenty-first?
The Democrats’ midterm triumphs in Nevada would not have been possible without Culinary Workers Union Local 226.
To preserve their minority rule, Republicans will keep putting up barriers to voting. The only solution is to deepen democracy.
From Florida to Washington, a new generation of progressive candidates and social movements are closing the democratic deficit on climate change.