The Bolivarian Revolution went too far for capitalism but not far enough for socialism.
In this issue
Medicare for All is a moral imperative. But the urgency of passing it doesn’t mean we can forget about the details.
If we want to stop the bloodshed in places like Chicago, we need more public investment — not more authoritarian policing.
The 1984 Kissinger Commission shows that American intervention is a bipartisan project.
A dispatch from Erdoğan's Turkey, where Kurds, leftists, and the LGBTQ community are all under fierce attack.
Tulsi Gabbard is hailed as a progressive champion. But her views on Islam and support for far-right leaders suggest otherwise.
Giving people stuff isn't a bad thing. In fact, it’s the material basis of mass politics.
Jerry Zero, who fought the Teamsters old guard to build a more democratic union, left behind a complicated legacy.
Liberals won't get anywhere fact-checking Donald Trump, because they have no powerful message of their own.
One hundred years after the Russian Revolution, Vladimir Lenin's ideas on democracy, terrorism, and revolution still matter.
Ivy League universities fuel social inequality at the same time public colleges are cut to the bone. They deserve to be dismantled.
72 years after the triumph over Nazism, we look back to postwar Germany, when socialists gave birth to Antifa.
Women weren’t just the Russian Revolution’s spark, but the motor that drove it forward.
The answer to the miseries of modernity isn't to reject modernity — it's to demand more of it.
Ruling class infighting is threatening the Temer administration. The Left must take advantage of this unprecedented moment.
University of Puerto Rico students are on strike against austerity — and in retribution, officials might terminate their school's accreditation.
It wasn't just petty infighting that tanked Hillary Clinton's campaign. It was the lack of any coherent program for the country.