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The Mind of Paul Booth, 1943–2018  

First in SDS, then in the labor movement, Paul Booth embodied that remarkable, and rare, combination of ideals and strategy. A left that hopes to win has much to learn from his example.





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Jargon or Clickbait?  

Once an academic conceit, the term “neoliberalism” has long since gone viral, helping to faciliate a generational shift in popular discourse.



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A White Story  

In the standard narrative of neoliberalism’s rise, the demise of the white social contract gets cast as universal.



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How Ideology Works  

Any successful political project binds together ideas, actors, and power. “Neoliberalism” helps us understand how these fit together.



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Words Can’t Do the Work for Us  

“Neoliberalism” names a multifaceted configuration of power against which a diverse, democratic left could and should unite. We should welcome its ubiquity—not reject it.



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The Community of the Forgotten  

Isolated and abandoned, families in the rural Puerto Rican community of Río Abajo improvised their way out of Maria’s destruction. Four months after the storm, they still have few resources to rely on but themselves.



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Destroying to Save  

Recent victories against ISIS in Iraq and Syria have come at tremendous human cost. Such casualties are not inevitable—and those responsible must be taken to task.







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