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Jacobin is a leading voice of the American left, offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture. The print magazine is released quarterly and reaches over 30,000 subscribers, in addition to a web audience of 1,000,000 a month.

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With Beto O&#8217 ;Rourke, There&#8217 ;s No There There

lundi 18 mars 2019 par Luke Savage
Why exactly does anyone want Beto O’Rourke to run for president? It’s certainly not because of his legislative record, which is quite limited. Throughout six years in the House of Representatives, he passed three bills — two related to veterans affairs, one to renaming a federal building and (...)

Striking For the Climate

lundi 18 mars 2019 par Liza Featherstone
Students in New York City joined others around the world in a coordinated school strike Friday, walking out of class to demand action on climate change. There were more than four hundred such strike actions in the United States alone and at least 1,600 worldwide, in more than one hundred (...)

Just How Precarious Is the US Economy ?

lundi 18 mars 2019 par Micah Uetricht
There is an acute disconnect between the health of the economy and the lives of average workers these days. Unemployment in the United States is low, below 4 percent — the lowest it’s been in nearly two decades. But wages continue to stagnate as the “recovery” from the 2008 crash goes almost (...)

Algeria After Bouteflika

lundi 18 mars 2019 par Nadir Djermoune
The popular wave of rebellion that broke on 1 March, in million-strong protests felt across the country, has undeniably shifted Algeria’s political situation. Yet if there is a change at the level of consciousness, the basic balance of forces is yet to move. The basic demand at the origin of (...)

A Radical Choice

lundi 18 mars 2019 par José Ciro Martínez
As part of his campaign rollout in late February, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders appointed four national co-chairs to helm his bid for the presidency. While the selection of Ohio state senator Nina Turner, California representative Ro Khanna, and Ben and Jerry’s co-founder Ben Cohen surprised (...)

Right-Wing Extremism Won&#8217 ;t Win

dimanche 17 mars 2019 par Branko Marcetic
There’s so much to say about what happened in Christchurch, but before we go there, let’s make one thing clear: fascism will not win. Broken people who stockpile guns and write pompous, rambling manifestos, will not win. But we also can’t ignore them, as the world’s governments have been doing for (...)

Blackening Our Sky

dimanche 17 mars 2019 par Jana Tsoneva
Late last year, air pollution in Sofia reached alarming proportions. Air quality meters in some parts of the Bulgarian capital reported that concentrations of fine particulate matter stood at between ten and twenty times the maximum considered safe. Though air pollution is a longstanding (...)

The Lives the Free Market Took

samedi 16 mars 2019 par Branko Marcetic
Tragedies happen every day around the world, whether by accident or other misfortune. But the Boeing plane crashes that have taken the lives of hundreds of unsuspecting travellers were not acts of God, but rather human-made. Last Sunday, a Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft operated by Ethiopian (...)

Lenín Moreno&#8217 ;s Betrayal

samedi 16 mars 2019 par Timm Benjamin Schützhofer
Are social conditions in Ecuador beginning to deteriorate? A report released in June 2018 on poverty and inequality by Ecuador’s National Institute of Statistics and Census found that poverty crept up slightly between June 2017 and June 2018, with 24.5 percent of the population living in (...)

The German Revolution’s Bloody End

samedi 16 mars 2019 par Ralf Hoffrogge
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and over a century since the fall of the monarchy, the “November Revolution” of 1918–1919 still remains a controversial topic in German public life. Recent commemorations of the one hundredth anniversary were fairly sympathetic to these events, though (...)

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