Reason in Revolt
Editors | 06.01
We need to get down to the work of building a radical civil society.
Frances Fox Piven | 06.01
We are at the beginning of a new period of mass protests that will reshape American politics.
Paul Heideman | 06.01
To understand how a body of thought became an era of capitalism requires more than intellectual history.
Peter Berard | 06.01
On reactionary novelist James Ellroy and his Underworld USA trilogy’s surprising treatment of communism and anticommunism.
Alexander Billet | 06.01
A recent book on musician Fred Ho reveals some starting points for a modern radical avant-garde.
Nivedita Majumdar | 06.01
Jhumpa Lahiri’s failure in The Lowland is not one of style, but of sensibility. She has little investment in the spirit of the Naxalite movement she chooses to depict.
Llewellyn Hinkes-Jones | 06.01
Free-market academic research policies have unleashed medical quackery and scientific fraud, forcing consumers to pay premiums for discoveries we’ve already funded as taxpayers.
Sam Gindin | 06.01
Nine things to know about organizing in the belly of the beast.
NTanya Lee & Steve Williams | 06.01
The need to develop a strategy that can cohere the different parts of our movement has never been clearer.
Bhaskar Sunkara | 06.01
Chokwe Lumumba discusses popular power and the past and future of revolutionary struggle in the American South.
Jennifer Pan | 06.01
When writers attack bad PR, the unspoken heart of their criticism is the failure on the part of the publicist to adequately conceal that she is performing emotional work for money.
Rob Hunter | 06.01
By fixating on the Supreme Court, liberals have inherited the framers’ skepticism of popular sovereignty and mass politics.
Ruth Milkman, Stephanie Luce, & Penny Lewis | 06.01
Its critics may disagree, but Occupy Wall Street’s legacy has been an enduring one.
Eileen Jones | 02.28
The Wolf of Wall Street's eleventh hour Hail Mary doesn't atone for the rest of the film's gleeful celebration of rich assholes.