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November 30, 2022
Larry Krasner on What Will Actually Reduce Crime
A conversation with the Philadelphia district attorney about violence, elections, and the Republican Party.
November 29, 2022
Nancy Fraser’s Lessons From the Long History of Capitalism
She talked to
about capitalism’s evolutions and what the left can do to better prepare for the next political crisis.
November 24, 2022
Desmond Meade on Why Love Is “the Most Powerful Word in the Universe”
The executive director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition was homeless, addicted to crack, and suicidal. Now, he has met the president, been one of
magazine’s 100 most influential people, and won a MacArthur grant.
Karlos K. Hill
November 17, 2022
How a Defender of American Empire Became a Dissenter
A conversation with Lyle Jeremy Rubin about the complicated ideology of the marine corps, America’s obsession with war, and his new memoir
Pain Is Weakness Leaving the Body
November 7, 2022
The Obscured and Forgotten History of Black Communist Women
A new anthology edited by Charisse Burden-Stelly and Jodi Dean
highlights the legacy and enduring relevance of Black communist women’s political activism in the early 20th century.
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November 3, 2022
How Saidiya Hartman Changed the Study of Black Life
A conversation with writer about her pathbreaking book
Scenes of Subjection
and how our understanding of race has changed in the last two decades.
October 31, 2022
Becca Andrews’s New Book Captures the Final Days of Legal Abortion
The journalist was going to celebrate the 50th anniversary of
Roe v. Wade
. Instead, her new book reports on what happened as it fell.
October 28, 2022
How Useful Is Theory In Moments of Crisis?
A conversation with sociologist Dylan Riley about the state of left politics, defending social theory as a political tool, and his new book
October 26, 2022
Republicans Have Spent Millions on Youth Outreach. And It’s Working.
Kyle Spencer’s new book
Raising Them Right
shows how the conservative establishment has recruited and trained new generations of activists over the last 60 years.
October 26, 2022
Learning From the “Bad Gays” of History
A conversation with Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller about queer crooks, villains, and anti-heros, and what we might learn from the sinister side of gay politics.