The 1972 Democratic presidential nominee, who died at 90 on October 21, embraced and inspired the struggle for peace and economic and social justice.
How can progressives balance support for the Democrats with the need to mobilize grassroots support for social and economic causes?
I wish, just once, an endorsement of a Democratic presidential candidate would mull over some serious structural issues that are at stake.
Whatever disappointments progressives have with Obama's first term, we have a profound interest in the popular rejection of the Romney/Ryan ticket.
Hobsbawm’s life and writings will long serve as an inspiration to those who believe that a knowledge of history is essential to working for a better world.
What a principled counterattack campaign against the GOP would look like.
Where their interests overlap, progressive politics can thrive.
A Romney presidency would rob progressive movements of the oxygen required to grow deeper and broader roots.
It's time we kick the “lesser of two evils” excuse and engage in a true political conversation.
Even if Obama wins, he won’t be able to accomplish much if progressives don’t do well in legislative races. Here are ten worthy contenders.