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Meagan Day is a staff writer at Jacobin. She is the coauthor of Bigger than Bernie: How We Go from the Sanders Campaign to Democratic Socialism.

Have We All Forgotten About the Iraq War?

The Blowback podcast reaches deep into the memory hole and pulls the Iraq War back up into the sunlight. It’s vital listening for anyone who is hazy on the specifics of how the US ended up invading Iraq, killing at least half a million people, and sparking bloody, never-ending conflicts throughout the Middle East.

A Brief Intermission in the Age of Unrest

A new report from a national security think tank documents the historically unprecedented spread of mass protest across the globe over the past decade. As the world economy sinks into its worst downturn since the 1930s, we are likely entering an era of explosive change.

Bernie Asked Us Which Side We’re On

Once you’ve realized society doesn’t have to be this way, that the exploitation you’ve experienced or witnessed isn't inevitable, you can't go back to thinking otherwise — the genie is out of the bottle. After Bernie Sanders's campaigns, millions of Americans won't go back.

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Chaos on the Front Line

For decades, America’s hospitals have been underfunded and understaffed in the name of efficiency. An examination of conditions at one public hospital in Oakland show us how unprepared this austerity-starved health care system is for what’s to come.