May 2017 Volume 41, Issue 05
This Could Be Reparations’ Best Chance Since 1865 Salim Muwakkil
Should Democratic Socialists Be Democrats? Chris Maisano and Jessie Mannisto
Single Payer in the Golden State Joel Bleifuss
Chokwe Antar Lumumba Mounts a Political Revolution in Jackson, Mississippi Matthew Cunningham-Cook
How Trump’s Arts and Research Cuts Hurt His Supporters Susan J. Douglas
Ivanka Trump’s Cosmetic Feminism Won’t Make It Easier To Raise a Kid Jude Ellison Sady Doyle
In the Age of Trump, Can Labor Unite? Alexandra Bradbury
The Heroin Crisis We’ve Ignored Kari Lydersen
A Bank Even a Socialist Could Love David Dayen
How To Resist, in 6 Books Kate Aronoff
The Scrooges in Charge Jane Miller
The Elusive Emily Dickinson Michael Atkinson
Our New Philanthropic Overlords Chris Lehmann
How To Resist, in 6 Books
Your guide to the guides to the resistance.
The Scrooges in Charge
From refugees to healthcare, Theresa May's policies are paranoid and mean-spirited.
This Could Be Reparations’ Best Chance Since 1865
Black activist groups across the political spectrum are uniting behind reparations.
Should Democratic Socialists Be Democrats?
Democratic Socialists of America members debate how—and to what extent—socialists should engage with electoral politics.
Chris Maisano and Jessie Mannisto
Single Payer in the Golden State
The fight for Medicare for all goes to California.
Hulu’s Brilliant Adaptation of “The Handmaid’s Tale” Says More About Our Present Than Our Future
For many marginalized women, dystopia is already here.
Chokwe Antar Lumumba Mounts a Political Revolution in Jackson, Mississippi
The upcoming mayoral race pits a radical future against the neoliberal status quo.
How Trump’s Arts and Research Cuts Hurt His Supporters
Trump's budget poses a particular threat to those who voted for him.
Susan J. Douglas
Sorry, Charter Boosters: Record Numbers of Teachers at Chicago Charter Schools Are Organizing Unions
Unionized teachers can help keep charter administrations accountable to their workers—and to students.
The Elusive Emily Dickinson
A new film explores the poet's restless mind and lonely life.
Our New Philanthropic Overlords
Why the donor class loves charter schools—and themselves.
#WorkYourOssoff: Thousands of Georgia Volunteers Sign On To Flip a Red District Blue
Grassroots progressives are powering Jon Ossoff's campaign in the first contested congressional race of the Trump era.