A new report, based on the work of Thomas Piketty and his colleagues, offers a stark picture of the increasing concentration of wealth and income at a global scale.
Fifty years ago, British politician Enoch Powell set the template for a racist neoliberal populism that has reached its apotheosis today.
In the fight for healthcare for all, single-payer and immigrant rights activists face serious obstacles, but also the opportunity to demonstrate the benefits of true universalism.
How do we advocate for workers when the rules are rigged against us? Sarah and Michelle sat down with four teacher organizers for a special panel discussion at the 2018 Labor Notes conference.
Essential to understanding Trump is his attempt to subject the public to his own solipsistic reality—and thereby destroy our shared basis for democracy.
Since Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment, Brazil has been in political turmoil. With ex-president Lula’s recent surrender, a new right threatens to become the decisive force in the 2018 elections.
For a progressive program of government-provided healthcare to make it into law, survive, and thrive, it must be popular.
The left will not live forever on the sidelines of political power. When we have an opportunity to remake our healthcare system, we must be sure to seize it.
Introducing the special section of our Spring issue.
In her short stories, Ottessa Moshfegh chronicles downward mobility on the part of the privileged—and in so doing exposes their unfitness to rule, if not to exist.
The real-estate market has long profited by segregating and exploiting low-income communities of color. Expanding its reach will not solve the housing crisis.
A response to Ben Ross.
The YIMBYs pair winning political strategy with an inclusive program that will bring relief to victims of the housing crisis across the board.
A reply to Jacob Woocher and Shanti Singh.
The student-led movement against gun violence is inseparable from the broader range of social movements that have sprung up in the Trump era.