Joe Biden is pitching himself as an electable moderate who can beat Donald Trump. We’ve seen this movie before — and we know exactly how it ends.
Israel’s attack on Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar was fueled by toxic anti-Palestinian rhetoric in the US. And it’s not just Trump — Democrats and the corporate media are to blame too.
The call to stop the production of coal and cars often sounds like a threat to jobs. But German trade unions have realized that the green transition needs to happen — and they’re fighting to make sure it’s bosses, not workers, who pay for climate justice.
The corporate media is freaking out over Bernie’s criticism of Jeff Bezos’s Washington Post. They're not only wrong, they're hypocrites.
A report from inside Kashmir, where Indian authorities have created an open-air prison with millions captive.
Tiffany Cabán speaks to Jacobin about her stunning left-wing challenge to the Queens County Democratic machine in the recent district attorney’s race. Although her campaign came just short of victory, the movement against mass incarceration — and New York City politics — will never be the same.
With Bolsonaro in office, Brazil’s left needs more than ever to build mass resistance to the Right. We spoke to two socialist congresswomen about how they’re using their positions in the state to rebuild the country’s socialist movement.
Arguing with free-market enthusiasts can be tedious, but somebody’s got to do it. In his most recent book, social-democratic economist John Quiggin examines the case for markets and where it goes wrong.
Mineworkers and their families in Harlan County, Kentucky, have blockaded the railroad tracks of a deadbeat employer. It’s a reminder of the county’s heroic history of struggle and solidarity.
ICE isn't just a racist agency — it's a brutal instrument of class domination that helps bosses exploit their immigrant workers with impunity.
Political life in Britain has long been plagued by the mystique of the “clever man” — the supposedly brilliant Oxbridge mandarin. But more often than not, the Latin-spouting emperor has no clothes.
When birth control was still taboo, early socialists fought to make it accessible to working-class women. Because they knew women’s emancipation is at the heart of the struggle for a better world.