The victory in West Virginia and the impasse in Oklahoma raise important questions for the Left. Drawing out the strategic lessons of these strikes is crucial for the fights ahead.
We should oppose the ongoing, disastrous US intervention in Syria without reservation.
The best way to reform Silicon Valley is to strike at the root of its power — and that means taking on private ownership.
Workers are increasingly being blocked from suing abusive bosses. Welcome to the rigged world of “mandatory arbitration.”
Glenn Greenwald on Russiagate and the comforting answers it offers to despondent liberals.
Advocates often claim women make 20 percent less than men. It’s even worse: 40 percent.
Pension-fund activism is a dead-end. Organizing and empowering workers is still the only way to revive the labor movement.
The “fake news” hysteria is unleashing a wave of free-speech crackdowns worldwide.
Hungary’s far-right party has won a crushing victory. And the opposition is in tatters.
Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan series refuses to simplify the systems of capitalist and patriarchal domination it describes.
Austerity measures have radically restructured the Greek education system — and the Syriza government is only making matters worse.
We should resist constructing self-serving myths about political figures — even someone as heroic as Winnie Mandela.