Campaigns

Bloomberg’s Game

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by JIM KAVANAGH Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair There are two things I feel compelled to say about Mike Bloomberg and his candidacy. Thing One: Thank you, Mike! In a few weeks, Mike Bloomberg—along with the […]

India

Trump in Modi’s India

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by KENNETH SURIN Badge worn by supporters of Jamia protesters. Photo: Kenneth Surin. I’ve been in New Delhi for over a week, attending a conference organized by the Muslim-majority Jamia Millia Islamia University. Jamia has been […]

Campaigns

Bernie Sanders and the Socialism Question

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by ROB URIE Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair Wherever Bernie Sanders’ campaign goes from here, the left critique of establishment politics is getting empirical backing through popular support for his candidacy. The establishment’s response— incredulity that […]

Campaigns

Bernie Sanders and the Socialism Question

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by ROB URIE Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair Wherever Bernie Sanders’ campaign goes from here, the left critique of establishment politics is getting empirical backing through popular support for his candidacy. The establishment’s response— incredulity that […]

Human Rights

Police Torture in Chicago

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by: EVE OTTENBERG The Chicago police department has a problem. They say it’s fixed, but local African American residents can’t be blamed for being skeptical. The problem is torture. And of course the Chicago PD […]