Category: Reimagining Society

Graham Smith: Citizens assembly

Towards a politics of ‘considered judgement’

Jon Liss: Paving the Road for a Mass Left

Increasingly there is a sector of radical organizations who believe that electoral work is a key area of struggle. That is a huge shift from the last few decades

George Monbiot: Our toxic political system produces toxic leaders

We should design a system that rewards kindness and honesty

Marjorie Cohn: Sanders Proposes New Economic Bill of Rights

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders delivered a full-throated defense of democratic socialism in his June 12 speech at George Washington University. Sanders quoted FDR’s 1944 State of the Union address: “We have come to a clear realization of the fact that true individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence.” Sanders, like FDR, proposed an Read more…

Gilbert Achcar: The seasons after the Arab Spring

Revolt if not revolution in Sudan and Algeria: is this the next phase of a profound change in the Arab world? The uprisings haven’t repeated the mistakes of 2011

Katherine Trebeck: Building a wellbeing economy

Meeting the challenges of the 21st century means ending the pursuit of perpetual growth, and building an economy that is regenerative, collaborative and purposeful

Vijay Prashad: To Be Effective, Socialism Must Adapt to 21st Century Needs

What exactly is socialism, why did it lose steam toward the latter part of the 20th century, and how do we distinguish democratic socialism, currently in an upward trend in the U.S., from social democracy, which has all but collapsed?

Philippe Marlière: France: The Yellow Vests’ Missed Opportunity

The movement’s most fundamental characteristic is its loathing of representative democracy: the Yellow Vests despise professional politicians and describe them as ‘corrupt’ and ‘incompetent’

Ingar Solty: Why Is There Now Socialism in the United States?

This development is happening in the historically most anti-communist country in the world: the country that is most prone to the so called ‘free market’ among the core-capitalist countries

Isabel Marlens: The Farms of the Future

Farms of the future should be regenerative, diverse, accessible, community-oriented, places of celebration

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