Occupy Wall Street may be a directly democratic and leaderless movement—but that doesn’t mean it lacks structure.
"Mr. Dynamite Splits," "Or," "My Meter is Percussive"
The only way out of our national mortgage crisis is through widespread debt forgiveness.
Why do austerity measures remain so popular within the beltway while the overwhelming evidence in the rest of the country points to the fact that such measures increase unemployment and hinder economic growth?
Ten years into the US occupation of Afghanistan, how can we effectively and humanely end an unwinnable war?
Sweeping reforms passed by Republican state legislatures will impede access to the ballot at every step of the voting process—and may disenfranchise up to 5 million poor, minority and student voters.
Naomi Klein asks if the economy is at risk, or if it's really capitalism? Plus, Annabelle Gurwitch and the celebrating the death of the GOP.
Jen Marlowe reports on Darfur, Eli Pariser on MoveOn and a new sex columnist weighs in on Barack and Michelle.
The Nation's Ari Melber and Jon Pincus tackle FISA, Elizabeth Holtzman talks impeachment--plus more on war resisters in Canada and the subprime mortgage crisis.
Katrina vanden Heuvel on the meaning of patriotism this July 4. Plus, some of our most compelling interviews from the first half of 2008.
The Nation's Betsy Reed, Business Observer's Doug Henwood and other guests discuss whether Barack Obama can be a 'people's president'.
Tom Engelhardt on oil, Iraq and empire; Ava Lowery on anti-war activism; Mike Connery on the power of young voters.