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June 9, 2016
Why Is American Democracy So Broken, and Can It Be Fixed?
The 1 percent never took over American politics. They had control all along.
May 31, 2016
A New Campaign to Hold Wall Street Accountable Emerges
Take on Wall Street sets the
stage for the next wave of financial reform.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
May 18, 2016
Winning Progressive Change Is Easier Than We Think
Four days of events this month will help us turn civic energy into real, transformative action.
May 11, 2016
Gentrification and Occupation at the Brooklyn Museum
“This is our museum. We paid for it. It’s an important part of our community.”
January 22, 2016
Donald Trump Is Ridiculously Wrong About William F. Buckley
The billionaire thinks the conservative icon would object to
’s “Against Trump” issue. But Buckley decried Trump as a demagogue.
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December 3, 2015
Asking for a Friend: I’m in Love With a Republican—What Do I Do?
Liza answers a reader in love, and another who wants to blow up the system that screwed him over.
November 17, 2015
LIVESTREAM: What Conversations About Race Do We Need to Be Having Right Now?
Race is back where it needs to be at the front and center of our discussions about culture, equality, and freedom in the US—but are we talking about it in the right way?
October 8, 2015
The Culture That Capitalism Created
An interview with Boots Riley.
September 17, 2015
September 17, 2011: Occupy Wall Street Begins in New York City
“The kids are alright! They may have lost faith in the key institutions of America—the elected officials, the media, the banks—that ought to be steering the country out of economic crisis, but they have not lost faith in the people.”
August 31, 2015
What a Band of 20th-Century Alabama Communists Can Teach Black Lives Matter and the Offspring of Occupy
On the 25th anniversary of the groundbreaking history,
Hammer and Hoe
, author Robin D.G. Kelley discusses the lessons Alabama’s forgotten black communists can offer today’s activists.