As Spain prepares to mark the anniversary of Franco’s death, what is behind its latest upsurge in nationalism?
Say it together: top incomes are being driven by capital.
Burke, Hayek… Trump? Yes, The Donald fits well within the right-wing tradition.
The new play “Oslo” disguises colonial domination as savvy conflict resolution.
The Right’s strategy for undermining unions may be a shade more subtle than we think.
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Working-class movements must place social and ecological reproduction at the heart of their vision of the future.
Forget rationing and waiting lists. Socialized medicine delivers comforts and convenience that Americans can only dream about.
The risk of war with North Korea remains real. And Trump and Abe are pushing us further in that calamitous direction.
We’re sending Jacobin sample issues all over the world, just because we love you.
The French historian François Furet sought to to discredit the revolutionary tradition. Since then, history has been busy discrediting him.
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The demand for fewer working hours is about liberation — both individual and collective.
Brazile’s DNC revelations don’t change anything for the Left.
Tenants in Minneapolis are organizing for a practice with a long and varied history: rent control.
Katrín Jakobsdóttir, the leader of Iceland’s Left-Greens, discusses this weekend’s election and what will happen if they win.
After two years of attacking Corbyn, Labour’s self-styled moderates are lost.
The story of November 7, 1917 — the day the Bolsheviks changed world history.
Over the course of 1917, the Petrograd Soviet transformed from a body willing to negotiate with capital to one ready for revolution.
The story of the Baku Commune’s leaders, who pursued power democratically and nonviolently, belies many of the myths of the Russian Revolution.
The Bolsheviks' rise to power, one hundred years ago today, revisited.