Articles in Economics

How the Left Can Oppose the Uyghur Genocide

China’s persecution of the Uyghur people is enabled by the U.S.-led “war on terror.” The left can’t remain silent.


What Rights Do We Have On Social Media?

It’s absolutely good that Donald Trump was suspended. But unilateral censorship decisions by tech companies are not something we should ultimately celebrate.


The Wreckage of the Last Energy Epoch: Abandoned Wells and Workers

We do not need oil and gas companies. But we do need oil and gas workers.


The Rosenberg Orphans and the Power of Radical History

Orphaned after their parents were executed for espionage, the story of the Rosenberg boys is one all Americans should know.


Animals Don’t Need Words to Demand Respect

It’s great that some animals can communicate like we do, but that shouldn’t determine how we treat them.


The Only Thing Worse Than A NIMBY Is A YIMBY

Pro-development activists try to trick you into thinking it helps the poor to destroy neighborhoods to make way for luxury condos. We need a radically democratic preservationism.


Shireen Al-Adeimi on the U.S.-Backed War in Yemen

The conflict in Yemen is complex, but some things are clearer than you’d think.


Let’s Remember How Authoritarianism Takes Hold

The invasion of the Capitol was a farce. But it should still terrify us. The lessons of history need to be learned.


The International Phenomenon of “Cancel Culture”

The West’s staunchest defenders of viewpoint diversity are curiously silent about the most pressing threats to free speech.


How Billionaires See Themselves

Reading the dreadful memoirs of the super-rich offers an illuminating look at their delusions.


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