November 2017 Volume 41, Issue 11

Dispatch
Meet Larry Krasner, Philly’s New Progressive DA Who Has Sued the City’s Police Dept. 75 Times
Krasner beat his Republican opponent by over 40 points last night, part of a progressive electoral wave across the country.
Nyle Fort
Culture
Want a Radical Alternative to Trump’s Immigration Agenda? Try Open Borders.
It's not just a pipe dream.
Dayton Martindale
Dispatch
Smells Like Environmental Racism
That stench permeating Detroit? It’s other cities’ burning trash.
Valerie Vande Panne
Dispatch
When the Government Orders You to Burn Your Crops
Colombian farmers are a casualty of the war on coca.
Kimberley Brown
Culture
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.
Nora Mabie
Culture
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.
In These Times Staff
Dispatch
Our Revolution Somerville’s Campaign to Separate the Progressives from the Poseurs
Storming the city council to hold the mayor accountable.
Theo Anderson
Dispatch
Hurricane Relief, in the Spirit of Ella Baker
These volunteers are rebuilding northeast Houston, with a dose of transformative justice.
Eesha Pandit
Culture
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.
Sarah Leonard
Viewpoint
Puerto Rico Is a Symptom of America’s Rotting Democracy
We need to rebuild the island and our government.
Jessica Stites
Culture
Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Absurdity of Hope
How Obama and Trump destroyed Ta-Nehisi Coates' faith in racial progress.
Salim Muwakkil

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