The defeat of hardline national-Catholic rule was welcomed with euphoria by the big-tent opposition. The outcome for the ...
Matt and Sam welcome back John Ganz to discuss René Girard, the Stanford polymath whose theory has inspired a devoted ...
Matt and Sam explore how movement conservatives—and their think tanks—are preparing for a second Trump administration. Matthew Sitman and Sam Adler-Bell ▪ January 31, 2024 Trump at a rally in ...
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Showing solidarity with the people who live in Israel and in Palestine does not mean shilling for the Israeli government. Natasha Lewis ▪ Winter 2024 When we planned this issue’s special ...
Marvel Studios has managed to recruit fans into rooting not just for its superheroes, but for the company’s business plan. Sam Adler-Bell ▪ Winter 2024 Marvel action figures (Hannaford/Flickr) ...
The British Labour Party’s hopes rest on the belief that a combination of green industrial policy and supply-side reform can cure British economic malaise. Is this a fairy tale? James Stafford &squarf ...
As liberal comedy flounders, Chapo Trap House issues a welcome corrective—a brand of humor that is not just combative, but offers a systemic explanation for capitalism’s ills. Sarah Jones ▪ ...
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2023, 688 pp. In recent years, the United States has seen the entrenchment of an insurgent and overtly racist hard right, a retreat from fleeting but once seemingly sincere ...
The idea of disregarding the U.S. Supreme Court—simply ignoring its decisions—has become a flash point. “Americans will not tolerate defiance of the institution and the rule of law,” remarked one ...