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An Exhibit on Japanese Internment Shows How Far We Haven’t Come
Racial policy, hate crimes, immigration, civil rights and national security are all themes that continue to reverberate today.
Four New Books for the Biosphere
Venture into the woods this autumn with books from Raj Patel and Jason W. Moore, Nate Blakeslee, Ashley Dawson and Gleb Raygorodetsky.
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Yanis Varoufakis: Confessions of a Troika Dropout
Greece’s former finance minister and “inconsistent Marxist” discusses his new tell-all from his time in Europe’s halls of austerity.
The Art of Disobedience
From the Black Panthers to Ferguson, finding a U.S. history we can be proud of.
Abby Lynn Klinkenberg
Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Absurdity of Hope
How Obama and Trump destroyed Ta-Nehisi Coates' faith in racial progress.
The Cradle-to-Grave Coalition
On funerals and socialist revivals.
Top Four Reads for the Red Centennial
Books about Bolsheviks.
In These Times Staff
Where Have All the Communes Gone?
Dusting off the dirty hippie.
Single-Payer Healthcare In 5 Minutes Or Less
Everyone is getting behind this prescription for a better healthcare system. But what is it exactly?
How a Small-Town Theater Project Became a Study in Post-Industrial Life
The new documentary Spettacolo captures a Tuscan village’s annual play.
Native Art Beyond “Ponies in a Sunset”
An interview with artist Luzene Hill.
Democratic Socialism in 5 Minutes or Less
From Rosa Luxemburg to Bernie Sanders, a beginner’s guide.
Sword-and-Sorcery Into Plowshares: Game of Thrones’ Anti-War Message
The hit HBO drama makes a carefully constructed argument for the futility of war.
Sean T. Collins
Judginess Built the Middle Class
A new book explores the 19th-century origins of middle-class respectability—and the misfits kept out of the club.
Heart of Whiteness: The Stories Western Philanthropists Tell Themselves
Why do Western efforts to help the environment and Africa so often fail?
At the Bullfrog, Those Left Behind by the Global Economy Find Relief—and a Place to Talk Trump
In a Jamestown, N.Y., hotel and bar, down-and-out former factory workers seek solidarity and camaraderie—often expressed in shared rants about immigrants or liberals.
The White-Supremacist Roots of America’s Libertarian Right
The history of Koch-style libertarian economics is steeped in racism.