The philosophical roots of rights-based liberal individualism lie in efforts to legitimate imperial expansion.
In this 1993 interview with Sheila Rowbotham, Dorothy Thompson reflects on her life as a historian and as a socialist.
William F. Pepper on the assassination of Dr Martin Luther King Jr and the beginnings of the investigation into the conspiracy behind it.
On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., we present an updated edition of William F. Pepper's An Act of State.
The anxiety that swirls around Cambridge Analytica reveals a deeper crisis in the private, individualist conception of democracy.
In a new episode of Who Makes Cents: A History of Capitalism Podcast, Malcolm Harris explains how economic restructuring and the ideology of human capital helped to create the millennial generation.
Watch The Walls of the WTO, a short film that revisits the history of twentieth-century ideas of the world economy through a single building: the Centre William Rappard on the shores of Lake Geneva.
Betsy Beasley and David Stein describe the development of Who Makes Cents: A History of Capitalism Podcast.
Historian Geoff Eley's compact, printable meditation on how to best approach the question of Trump and fascism.
In an extended 1982 conversation with the New Left Review editorial board, Tony Benn reviews his career in Parliament.