If we don't nationalize the oil industry (it is already nationalized in almost every other oil producing nation) it will continue to wreak havoc with our economy and our democracy.
Substantial sectors of the environmental movement have moved to embrace the concerns of the left and many leftists have themselves begun to integrate an ecological framework.
Are abolitionists the enemies of sex workers? Meghan Murphy responds to an article critiquing the abolitionist position on prostitution.
As a man, I cannot speak to differences within the feminist movement on pornography, but I can speak to the misperceptions of pornography that seemingly exist within the broader left and among men.
The innovation of the newest left will lie not in any one given approach but instead in its evolving ability to access multiple democratic strategies when confronting the unexpected.
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