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Tag: Politics

The Supreme Court’s latest bid to control agencies like the EPA—and Congress itself.

Lisa Heinzerling

Is there anything left to anti-imperial visions of global commerce?

Kate Yoon

Becca Rothfeld speaks with Samuel Moyn about his book Liberalism Against Itself and why liberalism is in crisis.

Becca Rothfeld, Samuel Moyn

How Zionism’s dreams of liberation became entangled with colonialism.

Barnett R. Rubin

Mie Inouye and Daniel Martinez HoSang discuss the challenges of organizing in a society that tears groups apart.

Daniel Martinez HoSang, Mie Inouye

A liberal economist and a family abolitionist agree: our economic system makes human flourishing depend on social units it can't sustain.

Will Holub-Moorman

Lionel Trilling crystallizes the cynical Cold War liberalism that sacrificed idealism for self-restraint.

Samuel Moyn

The late South African intellectual and activist—imprisoned on Robben Island alongside Nelson Mandela—fought for a world without race and class.

Salim Vally, Enver Motala

Our ideas about sexuality and gender have changed before, and now they’re changing again.

Hugh Ryan

What happens when radical historians write for the public.

David Waldstreicher

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