September 2016 Volume 40, Issue 09

Viewpoint
How To Vote When There’s No Lesser Evil
On foreign policy, both candidates are bad, but Clinton may be worse. We can't keep supporting militarism out of fear.
Leonard C. Goodman
Culture
Big Data Isn’t Just Watching You—It’s Making You Poorer
Cathy O’Neil's new book, Weapons of Math Destruction, shows mathematical models aren't free of ideology.
Pankaj Mehta
Culture
Walking While Black
Encounters with police in New York City.
Garnette Cadogan
Viewpoint
Hillary: Here’s a Stake, Find Neoliberalism’s Heart
We need Clinton to take up Bernie Sanders' progressive charge and end the long reign of market fundamentalism.
Susan J. Douglas
Culture
Can There Be a Party of the Left in Britain?
Party brass may not like it, but Jeremy Corbyn's popularity could herald a new era for Labour.
Jane Miller
Dispatch
Missouri Has Only One Remaining Abortion Provider. Planned Parenthood is Fighting To Change That.
After the courts overturned a restrictive abortion law in Texas, pro-choice activists are hoping to defeat similar legislation in Missouri and elsewhere.
Victoria Albert
Culture
Werner Herzog Wants To Know: “Does the Internet Dream?”
In Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World, the septuagenarian filmmaker explores online gaming, self-driving cars and soccer-playing robots.
Michael Atkinson
Viewpoint
The Black Political Establishment Should Never Have Given Hillary Clinton a Blank Check
The Sanders campaign was an opportunity to put pressure on Clinton, but instead the neoliberal Black elite backed her unconditionally.
James Thindwa
Dispatch
Killings By Police Haven’t Stopped Mexico’s Movement Against Neoliberal Education Reform
Despite police repression, Mexico's militant teachers union continues to strike and protest.
Andalusia Knoll Soloff
Viewpoint
An Inside-Outside Strategy For the Political Revolution
Raucous protests and down-ballot Democrats can beat the Bernie-or-bust blues.
Joel Bleifuss
Culture
James Baldwin’s Many Heirs
In the essay collection The Fire This Time, a new generation of black writers keeps Baldwin's flame alight.
Erin Aubry Kaplan

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