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The irony of American politics is that the right is far weaker than it appears and the left far stronger than it asserts.
If we can do it in North Carolina, don’t tell me we can’t do it across America.
By starting with workers at the local level, we can bargain with employers despite weak labor laws.
The environmental movement needs to be nimble, not centralized.
Former occupiers are building a movement with lessons learned from OWS.
We can do it by calling for reforms that shift control of the economy away from corporate giants.
The California governor wants to be known as a climate leader. But he has said yes to fracking—for now.
The federal judge is waging a one-man war on bank-friendly SEC settlements.
American military involvement would inflame, not ease, Iraq’s sectarian divisions.
A conversation with the two-time Green Party vice presidential candidate.
On Bowe Bergdahl and conscientious objection
According to the right-wing media’s script, of course not.
A new book distorts science to define race.
Artists have become the shock troops of gentrification, even at the Chelsea Hotel.
The story of country music is not love and happiness but love and work.
A new batch of teen films deliver their blows and soften them in a single gesture.
And don’t miss Kosman and Picciotto’s crossword blog, Word Salad.