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Unpredictable transformations are taking place within the Chinese labor movement. How will US workers respond?
Look what we dragged out of the cesspool…
Is Europe entering the “Age of Austerity”?
Because if coming up with a pithy one line opener is hard by edition three…
Holiday merriment and feverish polemicizing mesh well.
A review of Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story
Why we exist.
Life as a solitary struggle.
The fetishization of work feeds the politics of resentment. It’s time to instead embrace the language of economic and social rights.
The one-sided focus of most socialists on distributional questions has obscured the fact that the animating principle of the Left is not so much equality, but freedom.
The abandonment of Marxism had more than academic consequences.
On the politics of identity.
A review of Yitzhak Laor’s The Myths of Liberal Zionism.
A review of Thomas Geoghegan’s Were You Born On The Wrong Continent?
Early 2011 provides hope for both the Arab masses and freelancers earning 30 pence a word scribbling away about “Twitter revolutions” for the Guardian.
Because there’s a whole 14.6 percent of the internet not consumed with Charlie Sheen…
Some of the world’s ills, explained.
A new mass of students and workers are actively engaged in class struggle.
The pitfalls of constitutionalism.
A modest proposal.
Restoring big ideas.
A review of Eric Hobsbawm’s How to Change the World.
It’s getting warmer, Osama bin Laden is dead, bankers are creeps, and we’ve finally found time to update our blog.
On violence and democracy.
Some of you should do one, and others should do the other.