A Political and Literary Forum
Leaders of the left abandoned the language of transformation in the 1980s—at a cost. Can it be regained?
Black problems are real, and often getting worse. We need new leadership community-based leadership in the black community.
Eva T. Thorne, Eugene F. Rivers III
Violence and Terror in the French and Russian Revolutions.
Egalitarianism must be understood as part of a more encompassing view of how best to live.
Is the new economy creating good jobs?
Erik Olin Wright, Rachel Dwyer
In Haiti, a militant, prophetic literature thrives alongside political disaster.
The state must undertake all action necessary to end the social processes that continue to perpetuate the near-caste structure of American society.
On the degradation of universal citizenship.
G. M. Tamás
The deadly legacy of America's air war in Laos.
Kieko Matteson, Robert Perkinson
How greater economic equality would promote public health.
Norman Daniels, Bruce Kennedy, Ichiro Kawachi
Where tax could be headed if we put aside the crudest forms of partisan politics and used some basic common sense.
Edward J. McCaffery
The intellectual demands of the 21st century, as well as the demands of democratic life, are best met by preserving plural definitions of a good education.
The United States is in the midst of a fundamental reorientation of its environmental regulation, one that is as improbable as it is unremarked.
Charles Sabel, Archon Fung, Bradley Karkkainen
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Bram Wispelwey, Michelle Morse
Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
Noam Chomsky, David Barsamian
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