The Postmodern Left and the Success of Neoliberalism

By Scott Jay The rise of neoliberalism across the globe for decades, and its continued resilience since the 2007-2008 financial crisis in particular, forces us to ask why there has not been a more successful resistance against it. We might start with the changing structure of the working class, especially in the West, and that […]

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Socialist Faces in High Places: Syriza’s Fall From Grace and the Elusive Electoral Road

A note from the authors: “Socialist faces in high places” will be part of an ongoing series looking at the left in relation to the electoral path and state power. By Enrique Guerrero-López and Adam Weaver As various segments of the US radical left begin planting their flags in the electoral arena, Syriza’s recent fall from […]

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