The global fight against the privatization of utilities has a new front — Puerto Rico, where protests are raging.
COVID has forced dramatic shifts. Is a new variant of capitalism emerging, or is neoliberalism just re-entrenching?
Unity isn’t the answer. Just because Biden’s in charge doesn’t mean we should be less alarmed about U.S. state violence.
This attempt at Chile’s first ever democratically drafted constitution marks a symbolic rupture with the country’s past.
Not getting into parliament was disappointing, but the work of building a just society doesn’t stop with elections.
Yet we continue to allow fossil fuel companies to profit off destroying the planet, says economist Robert Pollin.
In the ongoing flight from political and social responsibility, manufactured ignorance is the new face of submission.
India Walton will need to win over labor and outmaneuver entrenched party machines to exercise the power to govern.
Democrats must take working people’s concerns seriously and pursue policies that serve them rather than the donor class.
A new study shows that contrary to myth, the greatest benefit of debt cancelation goes to those with the least wealth.