Luis Buñuel’s most famous film is a furious, if restrained, critique of the wealthy and a scathing look inside their collective unconscious.
The activists who took over City Hall have made lasting gains while also confronting the limits of their power in office.
Rachel Maddow’s podcast tells the story of American Nazis in the 1940s. But the era’s real and lasting authoritarian danger came from the spectacular growth of a national security state.
Can we rapidly reduce carbon emissions while minimizing the damage caused by resource extraction?
The Inflation Reduction Act presupposes a private sector–led transition. But battles over its implementation could build the political constituencies and expertise needed to take on the fossil fuel industry.
The protests in Atlanta build on a history of organizers challenging prison construction as a force for environmental destruction.
The U.S. climate movement has largely grown in response to setbacks and defeats. What will it do in the face of an underwhelming victory?
Introducing our Spring 2023 special section.
The Landless Workers’ Movement aims to remind the Brazilian president that its needs remain—and that they are not necessarily compatible with the desires of agribusiness.
Matt and Sam talk to writers on Succession and Extrapolations about the WGA strike and how they approach political topics and themes on their shows.
In Plain Style, Christopher Lasch showed that we can render even the most iconoclastic demands in common speech.
More Russians have died in Ukraine than in all wars the country has fought since 1945 combined. But escalating repression and a culture of helpless disengagement have kept support for the war high.
A conversation with Emily Hund, the author of The Influencer Industry: The Quest for Authenticity on Social Media.
The only verdict on Trump and the MAGA movement that finally matters will be delivered through politics.
What happens when the idea of the worker disappears?
It is a mistake to ignore the connection between the attempted judicial coup in Israel and the occupation of the West Bank.
Socialist thought provides us with an imaginative and moral horizon.
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