Jacobin founder Bhaskar Sunkara recently published a new book. We welcome this contribution, insofar as it provides an opportunity to clarify our perspectives.
Desperately seeking an explanation, an aspect of social life that has only recently emerged is chosen to serve as the scapegoat for the problems of capitalism.
The idea that the personality traits and lifestyle choices of a given generation could “ruin” the economy stems from an idealist view of history and society.
An ongoing series on membership in the IMT, in which comrades explain what drove them to reject the capitalist system and embrace revolutionary socialism.
Amazon has amassed a level of wealth and consolidation that is at times difficult to comprehend, exposing the absurd contradictions of capitalism.
The growing search for ways to individually “opt out” of capitalist society is an indication of the historic impasse of this system.
From the standpoint of revolutionary socialism, we have every reason to be optimistic. Unlike the capitalist class, we have history on our side.
The profit motive is ultimately responsible for the addictive nature of internet technologies.
The crisis of mental health is neither “human nature” nor the sum of millions of individual experiences. It is a systemic problem with a systemic solution. Nothing prevents us from creating an unimaginably superior world […]