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Impoverished by NAFTA, residents of Veracruz crossed the border to work in Smithfield’s Tar Heel slaughterhouse. Now, they're condemned as “illegals.”
Organizers have found a new approach to promoting workers’ rights at the retail giant. And it seems to be working.
In just two years, half the country’s states have passed extreme fetal-rights amendments.
Awash in Super PAC money, defined by negative TV ads, degraded by dumbed-down media and poisoned by voter suppression—this is not what democracy looks like.
With Obama's signing of the National Defense Authorization Act, the prison becomes a permanent fixture.
With the signing of the National Defense Authorization Act, the president has brought Guantánamo-style justice to the United States.
He’s against most of what we’re for. What is it with progressive mancrushes on right-wing Republicans?
Books by four poets about big modern systems whose results and failures seem inescapable.
A critic of pop’s retro turn can’t shake his own strain of pop nostalgia.
Stephen Daldry’s Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Wim Wenders’s Pina.
Dwight MacDonald, Jana Prikryl