Articles tagged with law-and-justice

Matthew Crain

Twenty-five years of neoliberal political economy are to blame for today’s regime of surveillance advertising, and only public policy can undo it.

Demonstrators wave pro-choice signs in front of Supreme Court
Rachel Rebouché

Boston Review speaks with Rachel Rebouché on the post-Dobbs legal landscape.

Kathleen Belew David Hogg Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

The strategy of “leaderless resistance” has allowed white power activists to disguise the extent of their organizing. But their desperation to prevent a public reckoning with the country’s racist past points the way toward how to fight them.

Samuel Clowes Huneke

The patchwork of government regulations around sex and gender causes endless misery for transgender people. A new book considers how gender became so integral to bureaucracy.

Boston Review

As Roe is struck down by the Supreme Court, we bring together recent and archival essays to assess what is at stake—and how we might move from reproductive rights to reproductive justice.

Stuart Schrader

Its illegitimacy goes far beyond the war on drugs.

Joseph Fishkin William E. Forbath

Final Response: The path ahead is steep, but we have the intellectual resources to forge a more egalitarian constitutional order.

Sanjukta Paul

There’s far more to progressive political economy than market competition and reverence for business.