A new book brings to life Marx's formative years in London, filtered through the prism of magical realism.
Jovanka Beckles is a democratic socialist running for California state assembly. In an interview, she explains how she fought oil giant Chevron, how to fix California's housing crisis, and why capitalism isn't working for average Californians.
Italy’s Democratic Party wants to lead the resistance against the government’s hard-right policies. Yet the party seems close to its death-knell.
The media finds it worrisome when ultranationalist leaders are fêted overseas. Then they do exactly the same thing at home.
A new book on universal basic income argues for us to "give people money." Sounds good. But a lot of old questions about how to do it are still left unanswered.
It's really very simple: the US has absolutely no right to meddle in the affairs of Venezuela, in any way, shape, or form.
Julia Salazar’s victory in New York shows how far the corporate political establishment will go to suppress working-class politics — and why they're going to fail.
Examining the disappearance of forty-three students in southern Mexico four years ago can lead to only one conclusion: culpability lies with the Mexican state.
Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party have been subjected to an outrageous campaign of scurrilous smears.
There's still a lot we don't know about the nationwide prison strike. But we do know one thing: the legitimacy of American prisons is on the decline.
Anti-corruption politics won’t liberate Guatemala from the military, organized crime, and the wealthy. But only elites’ interests will be served by shutting down the country’s attempts to root that corruption out.
Mandatory reselection isn’t about settling old scores. It’s about opening up politics to ordinary people.