All around the world, it wasn’t capitalist elites who gave us democracy. It was organized workers.
A popular revolt is spreading across Sudan. At stake is not just the fate of authoritarian President Omar al-Bashir, but the country’s whole power structure.
Deng Xiaoping was one of the most important Communist leaders of the twentieth century. Celebrated by the West for his pro-market reforms, leftists should be more skeptical of his accomplishments.
The Los Angeles teachers strike is part of a growing movement of teachers that have made gains by striking. It’s an example for the entire labor movement to follow.
Born-again communist, Hungarian revolutionary, Marxist heretic — Georg Lukács was condemned from all sides during his time. Perhaps that’s why he’s perfect for ours.
In This Issue
Economic historian Adam Tooze on a decade of shattered illusions and the limits of the neoliberal imagination.
Pamela Anderson spoke to Jacobin and philosopher Srećko Horvat about the protests in France, the crisis in the European Union, and her own activism.
Women now shape the American war machine at its highest levels. That’s nothing to celebrate.
Should Bernie Sanders be the Left’s presidential candidate in 2020? Hamilton Nolan and Bhaskar Sunkara revive the great American tradition of arguing about Bernie online.
Both the Right and the center have every reason to fear the Women’s March — it’s advancing a radical vision of feminism for the 99 percent.
Medicare for All is a powerful framework for advancing reproductive justice. But to permanently win the right to abortion, we’ll need to argue for it on its own terms as well.
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Democratic leaders are outraged at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s actions in Congress and are trying to reel her in. It’s a clear sign she’s antagonizing all the right forces in the party.
After a steady decline in turnout, France’s Yellow Vest movement is on the rise again. Emmanuel Macron’s call for a “great national debate” lies dead in the water.
It was rank-and-file teachers who built Arizona’s #RedforEd movement. And it will be rank-and-file teachers that wage the LA teachers’ strike and the many education struggles to come.
From California to Greece, teachers are fighting attacks on education. Striking Greek teachers write that they stand with the Los Angeles teachers strike.
Feminists have been pushing for years to repeal the Hyde Amendment. But we should think even bigger: Medicare for All.
Africa* Is a Country
*Not the continent with 54 countries
“I love Africa Is a Country, because it is basically the inside of my head.”
— Teju Cole