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Remapping the American Left: A History of Radical Discontinuity

Duke University Press is allowing us to offer free access for three months to James Gregory’s provocative new essay  “Remapping the American Left:.

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NYC’s LGBTQIA Community Has Organized, Against Death, Again

An injury to one is an injury to all. A service to one is a service to all. During the 2020 coronavirus pandemic,.

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Labor History

When Socialists Won Elections (and Where)

Bernie Sanders has come close. And in doing so he has demonstrated that in 2016 the label democratic socialist is no longer a.

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Eyes off the Prize: Liberals in the Postwar Era

Thomas Edsall’s recent New York Times op-ed on the failure of Democrats to engage as effectively as Republicans in state-level politics parenthetically surfaces.

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Teaching Blog

Paraprofessional Educators and Labor-Community Coalitions, Past and Present

Public education today is at the center of an unrelenting assault on the American labor movement. This is no accident; by some measures,.

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