In Trump's America, Dissenters Beware

In the past year, there have been troubling signs that government actors are looking to stifle dissenting speech, harking back to a long history of crackdowns on protesters and civil rights activists.

By Jonathan Blanks

The Forgotten Roots of Antifa

Although defenses of Antifa, like a recent one in The New Inquiry, are relevant, the movement may do well to remember its less romanticized intellectual roots, from Orwell to Camus.

By Kevin Mattson

Brazil's Unravelling Political Institutions

As the foundations of Brazilian democracy continue to crumble, it's time we take notice.

By Gianpaolo Baiocchi

Power Is Not Finite

Editor Michael Tomasky talks with Eric Liu about his new book on how to create and deploy citizen power.

By Eric Liu

The 1980s: The Good Ol' Days?

Although analogies with the past are usually flawed, we can still look at the past in search for some hope against hope about the present.

By Kevin Mattson