In 1649, a pamphlet titled Tyranipocrit Discovered was published in Rotterdam. Fusing the terms “tyrant” and “hypocrite,” the anonymous author called for an end to economic, religious, and political oppression in England.
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Historian Cedric Johnson’s essay “The Panthers Can’t Save Us Now,” published in 2017 in the new socialist journal Catalyst, generated a lot of discussion and won the Daniel Singer Memorial Prize.
Addressing a historic discussion about the . . .
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FROM THE EDITORS
WHISTLING PAST THE GRAVEYARD: NOTES ON THE 2018 MIDTERM ELECTIONS, Michael Hirsch
THE LEFT AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY: THE EXPERIENCE OF A CENTURY, Dan La Botz
THE AMERICAN LEFT AFTER BLACK LIVES MATTER
WHO’S AFRAID OF LEFT POPULISM? ANTI-POLICING STRUGGLES AND . . .