Shortly after I arrived at UC Berkeley as a freshman in 1966, I learned about and was entirely won over to the idea(l)s of “socialism from below.” Still I was unsure of what these political ideas . . .
Clarifying left views on national self-determination and the war in Ukraine
Westerners need to understand the perspective of Ukrainian feminists.
The significance of the Alito draft
The difference between helping defend Ukraine and warmongering
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the largest teachers’ union local in the country consistently left members unsafe, confused, ill, and even dead.
La Botz analyzes the pseudo anti-imperialist character of campism and calls for genuine internationalism of workers against imperialism.
It is widely accepted that the accelerating rivalry between the great powers—the United States, China, the European Union, Russia, and Japan—is a key feature of world politics and will remain so for the foreseeable future. This . . .
The collection of essays delivers a relatively cohesive critique of Marx’s ideas and influence—one that is, to my mind, balanced if not always fair.
Layan Kayed, who was imprisoned by Israel for her activism, discusses organizing by students and women.
Linfield’s The Lions’ Den reads like an intervention toward holding back the encouraging tide of pro-Palestinian awareness.
With the completion of his biography of Hubert Harrison, Jeffrey B. Perry has made a monumental contribution to our understanding of one of Black history’s most important yet neglected figures. Hubert Henry Harrison (1883-1927) was the first . . .