October 2014 Volume 38, Issue 10
Why Vote in 2014 Joel Bleifuss
Christmas Comes Early for War Profiteers Leonard C. Goodman
#BlackTwitter and the Revolutionary Power of Horizontal Networks Susan J. Douglas
Jesse Jackson Keeps Pushing Joel Bleifuss
It’s the Inequality, Stupid David Moberg
Failing the Midterms Chris Lehmann
From Watts to Ferguson Rick Perlstein
Portrait of a Husband, Father and Genocidal Butcher Michael Atkinson
David Bowie’s Radicalism Sarah Jaffe
The Rats of Patna Amitava Kumar
Colonial State of America Jeremy Gantz
Chicago’s Cop Watchers Kari Lydersen
Policing After Ferguson Jessica Stites
New Hampshire Rebellion Theo Anderson
Portrait of a Husband, Father and Genocidal Butcher
Heading the SS didn't excuse Heinrich Himmler from his fatherly duties.
Activist Pressure Keeps Walgreen’s HQ—And Nearly $4 Billion in Taxes—In U.S.
Thanks to activists, Walgreens execs cancel their Switzerland-bound flights.
David Bowie’s Radicalism
The artist blew our minds wide open.
The Rats of Patna
A modest proposal.
Colonial State of America
In a new book, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz unearths our bloody origins.
Why Vote in 2014
As Ferguson shows, people need a reason to think their vote matters. Here's one.
Chicago’s Cop Watchers
Youth stand up to police violence.
Policing After Ferguson
Can we stop the brutality?
Christmas Comes Early for War Profiteers
It's a wonderful time in history to be an arms dealer.
Leonard C. Goodman
New Hampshire Rebellion
Activists march for campaign-finance reform in the Granite State.
#BlackTwitter and the Revolutionary Power of Horizontal Networks
The online reaction to Ferguson shows the importance of 'mass self-communication' that isn't controlled by government or corporations.
Susan J. Douglas