• ?/5
    0
    4

  • Slackers of the World, Unite!

    by Ellen Cushing
    Cushing reviews the rise of Slack and how it has influenced office culture around the world. She argues that it has changed how employees interact with their bosses, each other, and potentially even the meaning of work within our everyday lives.
    9 days ago

  • 4.0/5
    1
    7

  • Commonsense Solidarity: How a Working-Class Coalition Can Be Built, and Maintained

    by Jacobin Editors
    In this exective summary, the Jacobin editors attempt to carve out a model candidate and platform for garnering the support of working class voters in America. They base it upon a study conducted in conjunction with YouGov and thr Center for Working Class Politics.
    10 days ago

  • 3.0/5
    1
    7

  • Lower the Crime Rate

    by Benjamin Fogel
    Fogel opens this issue of Jacobin by providing historical and ideological perspectives on crimes, and how that fits into the current anxiety around a "rising crimes rate."
    15 days ago

  • 2.5/5
    0
    12

  • The Ship That Became a Bomb

    by Ed Caesar

    16 days ago

  • ?/5
    0
    2

  • Portrait of the Coyote as a Young Man

    by David Treuer
    In this autobiographical piece, Treuer recounts his youth and the moment his family's house burned down. His mother, a Native American, his father, a Holocaust survivor, meant he was akinly aware of the struggles some people may face.
    16 days ago

  • 4.0/5
    1
    13

  • The Enumerator

    by Jeremy Miller
    Miller takes a job as a census worker, going from door to door on behalf of the US government. He talks about his responsibilities, co-workers, and the houses he visits, offering a unique view on a crucial element of our democracy.
    18 days ago

  • 3.5/5
    0
    10

  • Early Civilizations Had It All Figured Out

    by Gideon Lewis-Kraus
    Lewis-Kraus reviews the "big history" book written by David Graeber and David Wengrow, "The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity." They attempt to construct an alternative history of human civilization based on cooperation and democratic principles, rather than authoritarianism.
    18 days ago

  • 3.5/5
    0
    7

  • Why Spain Was Long in Denial About Franco—and Still Stands By Columbus

    by Jon Lee Anderson
    Historicism is a crucial element of Spain's identity. Between all the nations within its borders (with their own languages, history, and customs), its history of colonialism across the globe, and its Fascist dictator that ruled for half of the 20th century, how the country defines its past is critical. Biden's proclamation of Indigenous People's Day replacing Columbus Day, which coincides with "El Día de la Hispanidad," is a perfect example of this.
    22 days ago

  • 3.8/5
    1
    12

  • Is the President of Honduras a Narco-Trafficker?

    by Jon Lee Anderson
    Anderson investigates the accusations against Juan Orlando Hernández, the President of Honduras, for narco-trafficking. He analyzes U.S. intervention in the country, and the North Triangle more broadly, looking at both the past and present to reveal how narco-trafficking has influenced growth and stability in the region.
    22 days ago

  • 3.5/5
    1
    10

Loading ...