Matt and Sam answer listener questions about religion and the left, literature, white Christian nationalism, conspiracy theories, and more.
The White House MasterClass series is a symptom of a mordant political culture in which power transforms a person into a celebrity.
Walmart and Kroger workers discuss the added stress of working during the holidays.
Minnesotans voted to reelect the attorney general who prosecuted Derek Chauvin. The result holds important lessons for the Democratic Party on its approach to criminal justice.
What happens at the University of California will set the standard for a sector that today employs more people than the federal government.
Daisy Pitkin’s On the Line is one of the best books ever written about American trade unionism.
In Bliss Montage, Ling Ma seeks to re-enchant a world whose catastrophes have grown monotonously real.
The major question facing DSA in the next few years is whether the organization can build deeper roots in the working class, particularly the labor movement.
Ruth Wilson Gilmore’s Abolition Geography is written to be used.
Delivery workers from New York and London join the podcast to talk about organizing during the pandemic.
Socialism is rooted in a philosophical optimism that our movement is based in a majority.
Matt and Sam discuss Garry Wills’s 1970 masterpiece of political reporting and analysis, Nixon Agonistes: The Crisis of the Self-Made Man.