• The Hoffman Wobble

    by Ben Lerner
    Lerner puts together a short story roughly based on some wild facts of his past: convincing prominent think tanks to use Wikipedia editing to alter online narratives.
    75 days ago

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  • Socialist Politics and the Electricity Grid

    by Matt T. Huber

    319 days ago

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  • Feed Me

    by Brian Howey
    Howey dives into the obsessive culture of collecting carnivorous house plants, and how the culture is leading to the illegal poaching and extinction of all kinds of wild and sought after species.
    408 days ago

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  • Europe's new powerhouse

    by Anonymous
    Wind power in the North Sea could shift Europe's energy needs.
    408 days ago

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  • The death of knowledge

    by Erik Sherman
    "We can preserve a lot of information digitally, but the process is far from perfect."
    411 days ago

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  • Effective altruism and its growing influence

    by Rebecca Ackermann
    "The giving philosophy, which has adopted a focus on the long term, is a conservative project, consolidating decision-making among a small set of technocrats."
    411 days ago

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  • The Democrats’ Midterm Challenge

    by Nicholas Lemann

    487 days ago

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  • What Do We Do About COVID Now?

    by Drive Kullar

    689 days ago

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  • The Inflationary Puzzle

    by Matias Vernengo
    As inflation rises throughout the world, governments and economists are arguing about its cause. Many see excess demand as a root cause, with ports and distribution hubs backed up for days. Others cry wolf on government spending, others blame the increasing profits of billionaires and large firms. Vernengo hopes to pick apart these theories under a socialist lens.
    690 days ago

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  • Unfinished Business

    by The Economist
    A more-or-less unified response to the war in Ukraine took many in the West by surprise. Although diplomacy failed to stop the war, it seemed to succeed in bringing together a group of nations under a common cause.
    698 days ago

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