How might we say no to shortcuts, but yes to fresh experiments in building new organizational forms on the left?
Capitalist pandemic denial and the cost of living crisis are connected. We should organize on that basis.
Two poems about "a defiance that’s so simple, / so impossible," by Daniel Sarah Karasik.
Liberalism has abandoned the public to a fast-mutating viral threat. The left should offer a clear, systematic alternative.
Capital and the state have convinced so many of us that there's no alternative to the eugenics of mass infection. How do we escalate and sustain a mass politics with the power to overcome that kind of deadly “common sense”?
Daniel Sarah Karasik asks: how do we reconcile the urgency of today’s crises with the patient work needed to build the mass power that could transform them?