Articles in Music
Biden got one thing right at the turkey pardon, but I’m not sure he knows what it meant.
Astra Taylor argues we live in an “age of insecurity.” Understanding this may be crucial to thinking about how we can address Americans’ widespread pessimism.
The Tropicalists built on quintessential musical traditions like samba and bossa nova to create an entirely new sound that captured the spirit of the political resistance of the late 1960s.
Not everything should have to prove its market worth. We need places that serve no utilitarian function and exist only to be interesting.
Lorne Stockman of Oil Change International explains what will be needed to successfully prevent complete climate catastrophe.
Heather Cox Richardson’s narrative of Good Democrats and Bad Republicans lets liberals off the hook for their political failures.
As greedy private equity firms use pension funds to buy up huge swathes of the economy—everything from manufacturing plants to nursing homes, infrastructure, and rental housing—workers and the public are the ones getting screwed.
Trump is openly planning to build a vast network of internment facilities, while railing against “internal threats” and calling his enemies “vermin” and vowing to “root them out.” The warning signs of fascism have never been more obvious or alarming.
With front pages dominated by Israel-Palestine, we are losing sight of the worsening catastrophe that needs to remain a top priority.
At the height of George W. Bush’s War on Terror, Jimmy Carter had the courage to call out Israel for its human rights abuses. What’s stopping Democrats from doing the same now?
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