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December 28, 2021
There Was No Union. There Was No Plan.
A tornado hit an Amazon warehouse in Illinois and killed six workers. Would a union have made a difference?
December 14, 2021
Michelle Wu: Cities Must Lead for the Green New Deal
An interview with the newly elected mayor of Boston about building on the accomplishments of progressive pioneers and shaping a new politics at the municipal level.
November 4, 2021
“I Would Like to See ‘The New York Times’ Wash the Blood Off Its Hands”
An interview with Mohammed El-Kurd about his fearless grandmother, Palestinian literature, and why the paper of record needs a Palestine correspondent.
October 14, 2021
How America Learned to Outsource Its Dirtiest Work to the Least Powerful
A conversation with author Eyal Press about the men and women who do this country’s most maligned jobs and the psychic toll it takes on them.
September 17, 2021
How to Have a Safe Abortion—Even in Texas
Elisa Wells, a Plan C cofounder, discusses the future of reproductive care after SB 8.
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September 6, 2021
The New New Deal?
Bernie Sanders says the Democratic caucus’s budget will be “the most consequential piece of legislation for working people, the elderly, the children, the sick, and the poor” since the 1930s. What’s in it?
August 13, 2021
Talking Radical Media With Noam Chomsky
The 92-year-old leftist sees meaningful progress in news coverage.
August 12, 2021
The Long History of American Cruelty
A conversation with Adam Serwer about the ideological roots of Trumpism, the failures of the Reconstruction era, and his new book,
The Cruelty Is the Point
July 24, 2021
India Walton: ‘Finally We’ll Be Able to Put Resources Behind All of These Bold, Visionary Ideas’
The winner of Buffalo’s Democratic mayoral primary knows that the key to making the bold progressive change the city needs is control of the budget and prioritization of resources.
June 8, 2021
In Honduras, US Efforts to Deter Migrants Add Danger, Costs
Critics warn that increasing militarization of the border here just means more bribe money, more corruption—and pushing more migrants into the arms of traffickers.
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