Articles in Interviews
Kristen Ghodsee, author of “Everyday Utopia,” on what we can learn from experiments in alternative ways of organizing private life.
Michael Mechanic, who has studied the lives of the super-rich, talks about strange bubble inhabited by the 1%.
Journalist Donald Cohen on how turning public goods over to private companies is a terrible idea that causes us to have to pay for things we already own.
Khaled Beydoun explains how Islamophobia in many parts of the world was worsened by the U.S. “war on terror.”
Historian of social movements Johanna Fernández explains what we can learn from the Puerto Rican counterpart to the Black Panther Party.
Christopher Rufo and Current Affairs editor in chief Nathan J. Robinson clash over whether there is a pernicious leftist “American cultural revolution.”
Comedian and writer Danny Katch on how socialists can explain their ideas to non-socialists in a way that is intelligible, friendly, and compelling.
Economist Mark Paul explains why we need an ‘economic bill of rights’ and why the right-wing libertarian conception of ‘freedom’ is bananas and won’t actually make us free.
Media critic Norman Solomon on how the U.S. media keeps the human consequences of the country’s foreign policy out of view.
“Bootstrapped” author Alissa Quart on the cruelty of the stories we tell about how grit and hard work are the route to success.
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