Asad Haider traces Spinoza’s question through the ideas of Wilhelm Reich and Stuart Hall, and argues that to make politics possible again we need to abandon the position of moral and political purity that can only rely on superstition.
Asad Haider's left critique of "identity politics," a call for us to move beyond individual recognition to the collective struggle for an egalitarian society.
U.S. immigration policy during the Trump presidency and in the years beyond could be outrageous and appalling, but it’s not new.
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.
40% off Police: A Field Guide, a radical glossary of the vocabulary of policing that redefines the very way we understand law enforcement, to help build a future free of police.
In this Weekend Reads excerpt from Lockdown High, Annette Fuentes reconstructs the history of school violence in the US, as both a fact and a concept, from the nineteenth century onwards.
A compact, printable summary of McCarthyism in America by historian Ellen Schrecker.
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.
William Appleman Williams criticizes common abuses of American history and explains his own method.