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How Corbyn Was Thwarted and How to Rebuild the British Left

Labour activist and author James Schneider explains what went wrong and how a left movement can succeed in the UK.

Bernie Sanders Keeps Us Focused on What Matters

Sanders’ new manifesto is an important reminder of what we should be fighting for, and a reminder that the Democratic party establishment is a main enemy of progress and justice.

Stalin Will Never Be Redeemable

Stalin was socialism’s worst enemy. History is easily forgotten, so nostalgia for the “Man of Steel” needs to be guarded against.

Imagining a Church Committee for the 21st Century

Jim Jordan’s Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government is a joke. We need a serious investigation into the government’s abuses of power.

The French Understand That Work Sucks

Americans should have the same high expectations that French workers do for a comfortable retirement.

Marianne Williamson on Her Insurgent Campaign Against Joe Biden

In conversation with editor in chief
Nathan J. Robinson, Williamson lays out her vision for a progressive alternative to the Democratic status quo.

Time To End The Use of “Woke” As a Pejorative

If nobody can agree what it means, how can it be in any way useful? At the very least, we can stop using the word to insult people who care about racism.

How to Manipulate The Public Into Believing Corporate Lies

Prof. Jennifer Jacquet explains the tactics used to cast doubt about scientific research that threatens corporate profits.

Marianne Williamson Deserves To Be Taken Seriously

The dismissal of Williamson is unfair. She has a solid agenda and is an inspiring orator. We should keep an open mind about her candidacy, especially since Biden needs a serious challenger.

A Personal Reflection on Daniel Ellsberg

Vietnam War veteran and antiwar activist, scholar, and poet W.D. Ehrhart writes about what Daniel Ellsberg has meant to him.

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