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All the Good Democrats Can Do If They Stop Voting for Old White People

The party's establishment looks clueless and doomed. That might not be a bad thing.
Matt Taylor
9.5.18
education

It Makes Sense Most College Professors Are Liberals

It's true that academics lean more left wing than the general population, but that doesn't mean academia is a hotbed of revolutionary socialist sentiment.
Tom Whyman
3.3.17
News

How Immigrants Are Leading the Fight for British Workers' Rights and Pay

Some of the defining workers' struggles of recent times have been fought by migrants.
Simon Childs
12.2.16
Music

Meet the Writers Behind a New Musical About British Left-Wing Leader Jeremy Corbyn

The new musical sees Prime Minister Corbyn locked in a nuclear stand off with Putin, to the backdrop of an alleged affair with Labour MP Diane Abbott.
Amelia Dimoldenberg
1.28.16
News

How Colorado Voters Could Usher in the Future of Healthcare in America

In November, Colorado voters will decide whether to be the first state in the US to give every resident government-provided health insurance.
Nathan Schneider
12.14.15
News

German Activists Are Trolling Anti-Immigrant Groups

In Germany, left wing activist have found ways to transform the xenophobic activities of right-wing extremists into donations for left-wing causes.
Elissa Stolman
12.12.15
Stuff

Calling Bullshit on the Internet's Left-Wing Gun Control Memes

Something needs to be done about America's gun violence problem, but these arguments are duds.
Mike Pearl
11.3.15
italy

How an Italian Restaurant Accidentally Hosted a Dinner for 100 Terrorists

In 1970, left-wing Italian terrorist group the Red Brigades gathered at a Costaferrata restaurant to declare war against the state. “I had no idea that the group in front of me was going to make headlines for years,” says owner Anna Incerti.
Alberto Mucci and Gianluca Pozzoni
10.6.15
politics

Q&A With Turkey's Feminist Politician Filiz Kerestecioglu​

At the hands of President Erdoğan, Turkey has seen an increase in corruption and right wing agendas. Filiz Kerestecioglu​ is using her voice to speak for the oppressed in Turkey, and change the political course of a country she loves.
Stephanie Parker
9.5.15
News

What Do Young Greeks Think of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's Resignation?

For the third time in eight months, Greeks are preparing to head to the polling stations.
Melpomeni Maragkidou
8.21.15
News

Inside the Massive Left-Wing Anti-Austerity Protest That Hit London on Saturday

Despite the massive turnout, it seems unlikely that the government is going to listen to the people fighting against budget cuts.
Simon Childs, Photos: Oscar Webb and Chris Bethell
6.22.15
News

I Watched Anti-Austerity Activists Start a Squat in a London Pub

A group of students and activists occupied the space as a means of protesting the direction the UK capital is going in.
Michael Segalov
6.19.15
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