May 2020 Volume 44, Issue 05
This Is a Health Crisis—Stop Treating It Like a War Joel Bleifuss
Corporate America Fleeced Us Again Moe Tkacik
A Primer on Disaster Capitalism, Our New Normal In These Times Editors
Bernie Sanders Started the Revolution. The Rest Is Up to Us. Meagan Day and Micah Uetricht
Time to Redirect the Military Budget to Public Health Indigo Olivier
As a Domestic Violence Survivor, I Don’t Always Feel Safer at Home Anna Joy Springer
How Disabled Activists Are Fighting Isolation, Collectively Brooke Anderson
This Is a Health Crisis—Stop Treating It Like a War
Even by his standards, Trump is a terrible wartime president
What Today’s Socialists Can Learn From the Heyday of American Communism
A 43-year-old classic text of Communist history has been rereleased this month. Young democratic socialists should dig in.
As a Domestic Violence Survivor, I Don’t Always Feel Safer at Home
Shelter in place orders can remind those of us with C-PTSD of past times we were trapped.
Anna Joy Springer
Why Alaska Native Villages Were Quick To Self-Isolate
Scarred by a legacy of colonial diseases, Alaska tribes quickly cut off the outside world.
Under Trump, Undocumented Immigrants With COVID-19 Are Being Denied Care
For immigrants, the coronavirus crisis is becoming a nightmare.
Is Building Missiles ‘Essential’? The U.S. Government Thinks So.
Some workers in the defense industry question why they're required to stay on the job, and many are worried about safety.
How Disabled Activists Are Fighting Isolation, Collectively
In the Bay Area, mutual aid projects are helping build community in a time of social distancing.
Corporate America Fleeced Us Again
The coronavirus bill is an orgy of corporate welfare that rivals the 2008 bailout.