In an extended 1982 conversation with the New Left Review editorial board, Tony Benn reviews his career in Parliament.
Three recent moments of the revitalized women's movement can be understood as windows into three levels of analysis and action: individual, social, and political.
Linda Gordon's new introduction to her classic 1981 text "The Politics of Sexual Harassment."
Tithi Bhattacharya reports back from the West Virginia teachers' strike.
Oklahoma teachers have become the fifth body of school employees to walk out in the past two weeks, adding to fresh picket lines in West Virginia, Toronto, Illinois, and the UK.
To build a movement that addresses the deep, structural forms of oppression faced by women, it is essential to build a feminism that is anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, and on the side of all oppressed people.
They are fighting for three things: 1. A 5% raise; 2. A fully funded employee health fund (PEIA); 3. A political system that values public education more than gas and corporations.
The West Virginia Strike bears the fingerprints of resistance to virtually every malevolent feature of neoliberal capitalism.
To understand the political relationship between individual violation and collective response, we need to explore the theoretical pathways that connect particular harms to universal conditions.
The strike has the capacity to enlarge collectivism and deepen critical thinking, but it has also revealed that striking in an academic context is far from straightforward.