What's coming in 2014?
On the blacklist and Dalton Trumbo’s marginal tax rate.
Elites tell us the future is inevitably bright; left curmudgeons insist it’s inevitably gloomy.
Simply saying we should improve the quality of existing work and reduce its duration doesn’t allow us to ask whether the work needs to exist at all.
The leftist instinct to reject any alliances with libertarians is wrong.
BART strikers aren’t rejecting technological change outright – just the kind that empowers bosses.
Mainstream economics is an ethical theory masquerading as a description of social reality.
On intellectual property and the Left.
A discussion with Ashwin Parameswaran.
A Universal Basic Income may not be much of a utopia in itself, but it points in surprisingly radical directions.
Star Trek meets anti-Star Trek in California District Court, as a science fiction-loving judge demolishes a gang of copyright trolls.
Peter Frase is an editor at Jacobin and a Ph.D. student in sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center.