In the face of the racism and disinvestment that have hobbled U.S. public housing, the left should not retreat from the concept but reclaim it.
Community land trusts provide a model for a non-capitalist approach to stewarding land—transforming the ways we think not only about property, but about earth and ecology itself.
A selection of key essays on democratic socialism from the Dissent archives.
By remaining outside the mainstream, little magazines can articulate those demands and alternatives that are just left of the possible. Our hope is that these ideas will trickle up.
A universal basic income is the best way, at this juncture, to respond to the inadequacies of the wage system.
A federal job guarantee would go a long way toward addressing racial disparities and building an inclusive U.S. economy.
A universal basic income suggests a new vision of environmental justice.
Sheldon Wolin dedicated his career to championing not just a new politics but a new kind of politics—one that refused to substitute top-down administration for the messy uncertainties of democracy.