Andrea Dworkin insisted her writing was about women, but it was about men: what they do, why they do it, and which lies they use in their defense. Women couldn’t be subjects, only faceless victims.
Israel’s founding ideology has run its course.
The project of rebuilding the Israeli Jewish left can no longer wait.
The labor that makes the multi-billion-dollar video-game industry possible, educators fighting back in New York and Chicago, the IRS auditing poor people, and much more.
India may grant Narendra Modi another chance to embody its aspirations and fears. But his classic populist gambit cannot hide a plain truth: the “good days” he promised have still not arrived.
On the dead-end optimism of Parks and Recreation.
Even in its weakened state, the labor movement remains the largest organizational counterweight to capital and the power of the wealthy.
Introducing our Spring 2019 special section, Labor’s Comeback.
If Andrew Yang’s fans are this excited about UBI, imagine how they’ll feel when they learn what socialism can do for them.
Strikes at factories along the U.S.-Mexico border point to a new era for labor organizing in Mexico.
Could a new social services model prevent a temporary housing crisis from becoming a persistent condition?
Capitol Hill is abuzz with the Green New Deal. But is the rest of the economy, and its workers, ready for the kind of dramatic transformation that the climate change movement is calling for?
The political paralysis Britain is experiencing derives from the fact that the country is divided along at least two axes: left vs. right, Leave vs. Remain.