A wildly popular documentary shows the depth of coronavirus denialism in France—and its relationship to right-wing movements worldwide.
Invoking the specter of voter fraud to undermine democratic participation is a tactic as old as the United States itself.
A replicable strategy for organizing the jobless on a mass scale has yet to emerge. The future may depend on finding one.
We haven’t seen much to suggest that last summer’s uprising pushed persuadable voters to the Republican Party. And in a number of states, the protests ignited voter registration efforts that directly helped Democratic candidates.
Since the end of the Confederacy, the cult of the “taxpayer” has provided a socially acceptable veneer for racist attacks on democracy.
The rules of the monetary system are too important to be left to financial elites. When ordinary people speak up, they often come up with better ideas.
Alphabet Workers Union member Alex Hanna talks about Google’s labor politics, how a minority union can mobilize through direct action, and the future of organizing in the tech industry.
The rioters at the Capitol are part of an unbroken American tradition. Sweet talk about our “better angels” did not defeat them before and will not now.
Decisions about where to build or close a school are not just responses to demographic change. They are drivers of it.
Long-term care facilities are linked to nearly 40 percent of all coronavirus deaths in the United States. It didn’t have to be this way.
A look back at what 2020 revealed about the state of American conservatism.
In Fernanda Melchor’s novel Hurricane Season, women are agents in their own lives, but we also see where the fear of such agency can lead.