Articles in Socialism
What can the Left learn from the life of one of the twentieth century’s most visible political icons?
Peter Kropotkin thought mutual aid in the animal kingdom showed cooperation comes naturally. But we shouldn’t defer to nature in moral questions.
How the renowned physicist started out as a Zionist but ended up opposing the occupation of Palestine, and why everyone would rather talk about his science than his politics.
A number of impressive socialist candidates are running in Somerville, MA—and their nitty-gritty approach to municipal power may have broader implications for the left project as a whole.
The left could learn a thing or two from Alcoholics Anonymous.
Or: what would it mean if the answer was “no”?
‘Floating’ won’t end capitalism on its own, but it’ll get you in the right headspace.
It sucks. But the fight must go on.
The “hierarchical vs. horizontal” debate is old, tired, and getting us nowhere.
It’s more compelling than you might think.
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