Our impulse should not be to reject social democracy's legacy, but to build on and complete its promise.
The Socialist Party is an unusual organization, perhaps even unique. While its policies might at first glance give the impression of a kind of progressive social democracy, its pervasive grassroots activism reveals a different reality.
An interview with Emmanuel Todd
Naipaul’s career developed at a time when Western reactionary intellectuals could still be formidable, dynamic and unpredictable; there was space carved out on the Right for reactionary talent like Naipaul.
What makes this perennial sad story worthy of another reexamination?
Work in a capitalist society is a conflicted and contradictory phenomenon.
In the long run we are all dead, but not all at the same time.
We can await Ezra Klein’s downfall, but the future may not have shit to do with us either.
Our visual identity.