What happened in Texas is not an example of capitalism in crisis. It’s an example of the system at work.
Christian Parenti responds to Robert Ovetz’s critique of his new book Radical Hamilton.
Rhiannon Maton interviews a member of the Caucus of Working Educators in Philly about how the caucus has fought for safe schools and a safe workplace during the pandemic.
Jeffery R. Webber writes about Gabriela Cabezón Cámara’s recently translated Booker Prize-nominated novel “The Adventures of China Iron.”
Geoffrey Aung discusses this month’s coup in Myanmar, the class composition of popular resistance, and how these events fit into a longer trajectory of capitalist transition.
M. Buna interviews Max Fox, who edited Christopher Chitty’s posthumous book Sexual Hegemony, released last year on Duke University Press.
The old regime of the Green Revolution is dying, while a new, more baleful, cycle of agrarian capitalism is waiting to be born. In this interregnum, there has emerged a spectacular groundswell of anti-capitalist resistance by farmers and agrarian workers.
Joseph Daher takes stock of the Arab Spring 10 years later.
Jasson Perez argues that the rise of authoritarianism is a global phenomenon. When the US left takes an American exceptionalist approach, this sets us back in our quest to defeat neoliberalism, the insurgent right, fascism, and authoritarianism.
Before we romanticize the age of the welfare state, it’s worth remembering how the policies of those decades are less an alternative to than a historical basis for today’s landscape of racial exclusion.