November 2012 Volume 36, Issue 11
The Novels We Write For Ourselves Jane Miller
Voting for Obama with No Illusions Achy Obejas
‘A Giant Sucking Sound’ Leonard C. Goodman
Frances Fox Piven: For the Welfare of All Frances Fox Piven
Rich Deserts Chris Lehmann
The War on Teachers: Pick a Side Joel Bleifuss
Rape, Then Red Tape Ian Lopez
Trans Prisoners Fight Abuse Toshio Meronek
You Are Not A Loan Rebecca Burns
Robin Hood Goes To Capitol Hill Sarah Cobarrubias
A Third-Party Breakthrough Theo Anderson
Canvassers Gone Wired David Moberg
Back to School in the Bronx Jarrett Dapier
Progressive Star of Texas Theo Anderson
Karen Lewis Drops Knowledge Sady Doyle
Fighting Voter Suppression Brentin Mock
The Ice Man, Radioactive Greg Palast
Mothering Hypes Sady Doyle
A Heathcliff We Haven’t Seen Before Michael Atkinson
After the Gold Rush Danielle McCullough
The Novels We Write For Ourselves
There's nothing objectionable about the new Anna Karenina film starring Keira Knightley. But she won't be my Anna.
Voting for Obama with No Illusions
Four reasons to keep Obama in the White House and Romney out.
The Ice Man, Radioactive
Harold Simmons: the GOP’s $50 million man.
‘A Giant Sucking Sound’
While Romney and Obama speechify, behind the scenes they continue to push policies that favor corporate profits over middle-class workers.
Leonard C. Goodman
Frances Fox Piven: For the Welfare of All
The Left needs to proudly support social welfare.
Frances Fox Piven
Our new cult of money ensures that breeding shall evermore speak to breeding.
The War on Teachers: Pick a Side
In Chicago, the teachers' strike was hugely popular. In the national media, it was maligned.
Jessica Valenti's new book debunks myths maternal.
A Heathcliff We Haven’t Seen Before
Crafty casting turns Wuthering Heights into a love story haunted by the guilt and ghosts of slavery.
After the Gold Rush
An artist turns a vacant house into a confrontational sculptural object.