Articles in Literature
Examining the difficult relationship between “politics” and scholarship.
One idea: give the freed-up monetary resources back to the people through participatory budgeting.
Ciara Moloney revisits soaps and sitcoms lost to time, and the hyper-possessive rituals of copyright.
Trump is spreading delusions about a totalitarian “political correctness gone mad.” Nobody should help further this lie.
The fight over free education is much older than you think.
Managing Editor Lyta Gold on Star Trek, Silicon Valley’s lack of imagination, and the arrival of an unexpected future.
“Solidarity” is a word that gets thrown around a lot on the left. But what does it really mean? And how do we take it from a concept to reality?
Will the Hamilton movie be terrible? Yes. But how terrible? Jason Adam Katzenstein returns to draw his appalled reactions in real time.
In which the editors offend the entire nation of Canada, and Oren Nimni—internet heartthrob, anarchist, and Canadian citizen—finds himself defending the State.
Why Jeff Bezos must be stopped before it’s too late.
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