Christopher D. Cook is an award-winning investigative reporter who also writes for Harper’s, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Mother Jones, and the Los Angeles Times. He is the author of Diet for a Dead Planet: Big Business and the Coming Food Crisis. Connect with him via www.christopherdcook.com.
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Biden's much-anticipated workplace safety rule excludes most workers—and some in the labor movement are not happy.
Trump’s Answer to Structural Racism? Police State Fascism.
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Sanders is down, but he's not out. And he can still help advance a progressive agenda for all of us.
Centrists Don’t Want “Party Unity”—They Want to Defend the Wealthy
Attacks by moderate Democrats on Bernie Sanders are really about defending corporate power and structural inequality.
Only Bernie’s Green New Deal Answers Greta’s Call for Action
To fulfill the promise of the climate strikes, we need a bold policy solution.
We Can’t Afford to Let Nancy Pelosi Bury the Green New Deal
Incoming speaker creates climate committee with limited powers—undermining a far more ambitious initiative.
There Is Nothing Kind or Gentle About George H.W. Bush’s Legacy
Bush 41 had a long career of ruthless war-making. It must not be whitewashed.
The Democrats Need a Clear Economic Vision. Here’s Where to Start.
The rising left wing of the party is leading the way, and the People's Budget and Green New Deal show how Democrats can transform the economy.
To Address the Climate Crisis, We Must Completely Rethink How We Produce and Consume Food
Market-driven solutions won't cut it.
Has Barbara Boxer Met Her Match?
California’s liberal senator draws conservative fire, progressive ire.
Coal Miners Slaughter
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The Next Campaign: Ideas
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