Lynne FeeleyIn her new book, Klein argues that our current crisis cannot be separated from a long history and brutal present of human exploitation.
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Jeet HeerThe disconnect between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and the think tank world could pose a problem if one of them gets elected president.
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Jeet HeerThe famed novelist is resigned to a global ecological catastrophe because his imagination can’t move beyond the status quo.
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Zachary SiegelTimothy Faust’s new book is part history, part manifesto, and part irreverent tour guide to America’s deeply flawed health insurance system.
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Ben EhrenreichWhat Extinction Rebellion, the grassroots civil-disobedience movement, teaches us about transforming hopelessness into action.
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Adam McGibbonBut the province’s parents and teachers aren’t waiting for politicians to desegregate education. They’re doing it themselves.
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Dave ZirinZambia and Madagascar are saying no to playing in South Africa as long as anti-immigrant violence is a part of the political picture.
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James NorthThe mainstream media is right to criticize Zimbabwe’s former leader, but wrong to ignore his greatest challenges.
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Shen LuNot everyone in China believes the state-run media.
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