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A hundred years ago, thousands of striking miners were forced out of an Arizona border town. A new documentary about the centennial of the deportation examines how these events still haunt the town, but at its heart is a public reckoning not fully in the filmmakers’ control.

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Who Counts?  

The refugee camp and its inhabitants at Piraeus Port, where Plato set the Republic, evoked a fundamental political quandary: who is included in democracy and who is left out?

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After the Pink Tide  

To confront the newly powerful extreme right in Latin America, the left needs a clear-eyed understanding of its time in power.

Introducing the special section of our Winter issue.

Workers on Arrival | University of California Press King and the Other America