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April 28, 2022
Do Revolutions Have a Secret Ingredient?
A conversation with Gal Beckerman about his book,
The Quiet Before,
on the hushed moments and activities that precede social change
April 27, 2022
Aleksandar Hemon on What’s Different About the War in Ukraine
A conversation with the author about nationalism, displacement, and the importance of dancing.
April 26, 2022
What the Year 2000 Wrought
A conversation with Andrew Rice about his book
The Year That Broke America
, the chaotic politics of the aughts, and how that decade’s eccentric characters defined American life.
April 20, 2022
The Damning Legacy of Clintonism
A conversation with Lily Geismer about her new book
, the misguided market guided policy of the New Democrats, and the failures of Bill Clinton.
April 19, 2022
Without Clinic Escorts, Abortion Would Be Even Harder to Access
Lauren Rankin’s new book about abortion clinic escorts,
Bodies on the Line
, shows how much ordinary people can do to ensure that abortion is accessible in America.
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April 18, 2022
“Multiple Things Can Be True”: Understanding the Roots of Anti-Asian Violence
A conversation with public defender Jason Wu, who says if we do not learn from history, we risk misdiagnosing the problems—and applying remedies that will continue to fail us.
April 13, 2022
Has Neoliberalism Really Come to an End?
A conversation with historian Gary Gerstle about understanding neoliberalism as a bipartisan worldview and how the political order it ushered in has crumbled.
April 7, 2022
Ari Brostoff’s Truth Is Out There
The author’s debut collection,
, is an eclectic mix of left-wing cultural criticism and personal essays on topics like
March 16, 2022
The University Cannot Be Decolonized
Kehinde Andrews, the only Black studies professor in the UK, says we should stop trying to make institutions anti-racist and instead build community.
Karlos K. Hill
March 15, 2022
Are We Still Fighting the Battles of the New Left?
Terence Renaud’s new book compels us to revisit post-war activist movements around the world to understand generational conflicts in the left.