April 2019 Volume 43, Issue 04
Does Medicare for All Mean Abolishing Insurance Companies? Natalie Shure and Max B. Sawicky
Rashida Tlaib: Impeach Trump Now Rashida Tlaib
A Historic Election in Chicago Cracks the Machine Kari Lydersen
The Case for Opening Our Borders Brianna Rennix
The Cooperative Acupuncture Clinics Popping Up in Middle America Valerie Vande Panne
We Were Against ICE Before It Existed In These Times Editors
Black Women, Let Your Anger Out Joshunda Sanders
Could Walmart Be a Model for a Socialist Future? Peter Frase
The Cooperative Acupuncture Clinics Popping Up in Middle America
With skyrocketing healthcare costs, residents of Middle America are turning to acupuncture.
Valerie Vande Panne
We Were Against ICE Before It Existed
The criminalization of immigrants goes back well before ICE’s inception.
In These Times Editors
Activists Sue LaGrange, Georgia, for Denying Water, Gas and Electricity to Undocumented Immigrants
Without a Social Security number and U.S.-issued photo ID, you can’t get basic utilities in cities across the South.
Black Women, Let Your Anger Out
Chronic stress is killing us. We can’t keep repressing our rage.
Trump Wants To Make the 2020 Election All About Socialism. Yes, Let’s.
The Right is trying to redbait—but it will backfire.
Does Medicare for All Mean Abolishing Insurance Companies?
Two experts debate.
Natalie Shure and Max B. Sawicky
Brazil’s Labor Unions Prepare for War with Far-Right President Jair Bolsanaro
Bolsanaro has lowered the minimum wage, dismantled labor law enforcement and is threatening pension cuts.
Tiffany Cabán—A Queer, Millennial, DSA-Backed Latina—Has Made History in Queens
Meet Tiffany Cabán, the 31-year-old queer Latina public defender who earned Queens DSA’s endorsement.
Rashida Tlaib: Impeach Trump Now
Every day that we don’t address corruption, we are setting a precedent and eroding our democracy.
Could Walmart Be a Model for a Socialist Future?
Leigh Phillips and Michal Rozworski argue in a new book that megacorporations—although odious—demonstrate the massive central planning we need.
A Historic Election in Chicago Cracks the Machine
The old guard is on the way out, and a progressive future for the city is coming into focus.