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Communism news and analysis from The Nation
May 2, 2022
What Is Left of History?
On the Judgment of History
asks us to imagine the past without the idea of progress. But what gets left out in the process?
David A. Bell
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
February 21, 2022
China Between Communism and Capitalism
The history of the country’s relationship with the market is filled with conflicting narratives.
Andrew B. Liu
December 27, 2021
The Anti-Intellectual Intellectuals of the Conservative Movement
Why is Mark Levin’s
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December 24, 2021
That Time the FBI Scrutinized “It’s a Wonderful Life” for Communist Messaging
The film “deliberately maligned the upper class,” according to a report that didn’t like the portrayal of Mr. Potter as a bad guy.
July 14, 2021
Utopia and Dystopia Are Twins—Both Are Born Out of Criticism
But it is only Utopia that allows us to dream together.
May 20, 2021
Did ‘Cancel Culture’ Drive Richard Wright Underground?
On “Memories of My Grandmother” and
The Man Who Lived Underground.
Joseph G. Ramsey
April 19, 2021
Was Marx Also a Social Democrat?
In a new book, Shlomo Avineri explores the social democratic impulses and Jewish origins of Karl Marx.
March 11, 2021
Vivian Gornick in Reverse
A conversation with the writer about her life and work.