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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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We Won the Battle, They Won the War

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Editors
History shows that the capitalist class will do whatever it can to undermine our reforms and oust the Left from power. Sorry, this articles is available to subscriber only. Click here to subscribe.

For the Few, Not the Many

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Editors
The US Senate is the most unrepresentative major legislature in the world. Since our Constitution grants each state two senators regardless of population, millions of people are underrepresented. Although California has the same number of votes as Wyoming, its population, currently at 38.3 (...)

Democracy, Without the Majority Class

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Editors
Despite platitudes about equal opportunity and the national mythology of bootstraps and log cabins, a quick glance at American office-holders demonstrates the truth about our democracy — overwhelmingly, the bosses are in charge. At all levels of government, from local city halls to the Capitol (...)

Get Bernie

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Branko Marcetic
Let’s do a thought experiment. Imagine a candidate far outside the US political mainstream becomes the presidential nominee for one of the two major parties. Besides a seeming hostility to the Washington establishment, that candidate exhibits opposition to the national security state and major (...)

Our Revolution Must Dismantle the National Security State

mercredi 19 février 2020 par John Carl Baker
Mainstream pundits constantly lament polarization in Washington. We’re told that the United States has never been more fractious, that perhaps we’re even on the brink of another civil war. But when it comes to the military and so-called national security, the two parties couldn’t be closer. They (...)

Jesse Jackson’s Political Revolution

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Lily Geismer
At 11 pm on July 17, 1984, Jesse Jackson strode to the podium at the Democratic National Convention to deliver a nearly hour-long speech. Many saw his appearance as the high point of an otherwise drab event. Jackson had lost after a bruising presidential primary fight, and the organizers hoped (...)

You Say You Want a Revolution

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Alexander Billet
There is always something at stake in a song. The best works pluck at futures that might be lost or gained. Even the most brazenly mass-produced and disposable tune carries within it some notion of what the world should be like. Observed in the right way, music becomes a long and constantly (...)

The Death of Revolutionary Film Form

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Eileen Jones
For decades, it was a burning issue among politically minded film-makers, critics, and audiences — what form a film took. The way it was shot and cut, the way the sound was recorded, how the mise-en-scène was handled; even the processes by which the film was produced, distributed, and exhibited (...)

Our First 100 Days Could Be a Nightmare

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Mike McCarthy
A year from now, we might finally have a democratic socialist president. Bernie Sanders’s inauguration would be the product of a hard campaign and years of organizing. But even if he had a majority for his program in Congress, and millions ready to organize on shop floors and in the streets to (...)

Common Nonsense

mercredi 19 février 2020 par Marcie Smith
In November 2018, thousands of activists shut down five of London’s main bridges, and suddenly “Extinction Rebellion” (ER) exploded in the news. ER describes itself as a decentralized, nonviolent civil disobedience network in revolt against the British state for its failure to address the climate (...)

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