Books and the Arts
By refusing to treat Marx as our contemporary, Jonathan Sperber has brought him back to life.
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News and Analysis
A trip through the Negev Desert leads to the heart of Israel's national nightmare.
Some wealthy individuals are using the government shutdown to promote a very different vision for America’s future.
The Notorious Life of a Nineteenth-Century Abortionist (Feminism, Reproductive Rights, Fiction, History)
Novelist Kate Manning richly reimagines Madame Restell as a defender of women from the horrors of poverty, male privilege and their own physiology.
A new book by Stephen Jimenez tells a very different story about the killing of Matthew Shepard by Aaron McKinney.
And put an end to Republicans’ hostage-taking once and for all.
Activists in Texas are connecting the fight against the Keystone pipeline with the struggle for environmental justice.
Dear Abby’s military counterpart answers questions about leaks, spies and military furniture.
My country can perhaps offer Egyptians a strategy whereby a fearful and divided populace can rid itself of an oppressive regime.
- The Notorious Life of a Nineteenth-Century Abortionist
- What Obama Has to Do to End the GOP Shutdown
- Evan Bayh Uses the Government Shutdown to Shill for the Medical-Device Lobby
- Racism and Cruelty: What’s Behind the GOP’s Healthcare Agenda?
- Shutdown Politics: Support for Democratic Takeover of House Spikes