For a few brief weeks in France, not just a government but an entire system was called into question.
Jonah Birch is a graduate student in sociology at New York University and a contributing editor at Jacobin.
Even if Macron wins, five more years of neoliberalism in France could further bolster Le Pen's National Front.
Movements targeting racial disparities aren't distracting attention from class inequality — they’re part of a broader radicalization against American capitalism.
Popular protests have erupted against efforts to dismantle France's labor code.
The tragic attacks in Paris call for a politics of international solidarity and antiracism — not a new wave of war and repression.
Before Alexis Tsipras, Europe battered François Mitterrand's reformist ambitions into a sweeping neoliberal program.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, blaming black culture for racial inequality remains politically dominant. And not only on the Right.