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The Case for a Democratic Socialist Caucus In the U.S. Congress
To make sure newly elected socialists don’t end up looking like corporate Democrats, we need a democratic socialist caucus in Congress.
Viewpoint
How Jeremy Corbyn Pulled Off One of the Biggest Upsets in Modern Political History
Labour’s shocking performance is proof that a strong left platform can win broad support.
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What I Saw at the Summit
The People’s Summit wasn’t perfect—but it was a start.
Culture
The Limits of Liberal Niceness in Aziz Ansari’s Master of None
Ansari and his character, Dev, genuinely want to do good. But they're missing the political framework.
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Europe’s Revolt Against Austerity
Syriza is part of a wave of anti-austerity leftism in Europe, much of it led by young people.
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The KKK and Other Grassroots Movements
Venezuela isn't as divided as its right-wing opposition would have you believe.
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Jersey Hustle
The South Jersey political corruption depicted in American Hustle still persists, in a new form.
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Is Another Crossfire Possible?
Jon Stewart was wrong: America needs vigorous debate. Too bad the new Crossfire doesn't deliver.
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Soccer in Sun and Shadow
Blazing heat isn't the only problem with holding the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
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A Different Kind of Shutdown
What if progressives took a page from the Tea Party?
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Don’t Hate the Player
In defense of Alex Rodriguez.
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Vanilla Vice
Vice's new HBO show is a brilliant addition to its empire—and a mediocre addition to journalism.
Culture
The Myth of the Hardhat Hawk
Was the working class really the biggest proponent of the Vietnam War?
Labor
Reformers Win D.C. Teachers Union Election, Make Gains in Newark
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Lean Socialist
Why liberalism needs socialism--and vice versa.
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The 28-Year-Old Who Caught the Excel Error Heard Round the World
The economics student who debunked global austerity explains why he did it.
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House of Cards and the Liberal Imagination
The Netflix series' cynicism shouldn’t be mistaken for considered political critique.
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Ode on a Grecian Radical
Will Greece choose austerity, or Alexis Tsipras?
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Programmed for Primetime
For policy wonks, politics no longer computes.
Culture
In Defense of Sports
Why let capitalists have all the fun?
Uprising
Changing of the Guard at Uprising
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Postmodern Perón
Hugo Chávez and the new face of Latin American populism.
Uprising
9356 Lessons from the Presidential Debate
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Live Blogging the Debate
Uprising
Abolish Writers: On Pseudo-Celebrity and Occupy
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The Greatly Exaggerated Reports of Occupy’s Death
Uprising
People Who Can’t Teach, Write About Teachers
Uprising
The Future of Possibility
Uprising
Sympathy for Emanuel
Uprising
Discussing the DNC
Uprising
Anti-Speech Zones at the DNC
Uprising
10 Planks the GOP Doesn’t Want You To See
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A Case Study in Elitism
Uprising
What Social Security Crisis?
Uprising
In France, François Hollande Disappoints
Uprising
Behind the South African Miner Massacre
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Pussy Riot Sentenced to Two Years for Dissent
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Representative Democracy, Heal Thyself
Is an antidote to Citizens United within our reach?
Uprising
Double Dutch
Uprising
Could Paul Ryan Move the Race to the Left?
Uprising
Greek Government Could Collapse
Uprising
European Center-Left Looks to Rebound
Uprising
An Open Letter to All Who Seek A New and Better World
Uprising
Romney in Poland
Culture
Oprah-iate of the People
On finding a new (and unexpected) appreciation for Oprah.
Uprising
Stealing and Saving in Greece
Uprising
The ‘Dark Knight’ Takes on Occupy
Uprising
Spanish Protests Find New Actors
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