All Articles on Jeremy Corbyn

There needs to be more engagement with the communities our new economy sets out to help. (Photo: Joe Brusky, CC BY-NC 2.0) Views
The Movement to Replace Neoliberalism Has Lost a Battle, But We Can Still Win the War
Now is not the time for despair. Neoliberalism is limping to its death, and it’s up to us to make sure that what comes next isn’t something worse.
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Supporters of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange protest outside the UK Home Office building on 05 November, 2019 in London, England. Views
Assange’s Extradition Case: Critical Moment for the Anti-War Movement
The US government’s extradition and prosecution of Julian Assange is a critical moment for press freedom, but also for the anti-war movement
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A memorial to those killed in the 2018 attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo: Andrea Hank) Views
After a String of Antisemitic Attacks, a Choice Confronts all Jews
A surge of antisemitism has left us wondering where we can turn, to induce the feeling that rather than exercising solidarity, we should turn inward.
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The politicians of Corbyn and Sanders ilk will always face an uphill battle. (Photo: Views
Propaganda and the Defeat of Jeremy Corbyn
If Americans are going to make connections with the British elections they must talk about the assault on democracy from the billionaires and their willing minions.
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The UK's Electoral System Failed
First-past-the-post voting has been praised for promoting political stability, but it comes at the price of a government in which a minority can ride roughshod over the interests and preferences of more than half of the population.
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A sampling of headlines on Corbyn's defeat. Views
Corporate Media Find All the Wrong Lessons for US Left in Corbyn's Defeat
While there certainly are many things that progressives can learn from Labour's defeat, the herd of independent minds in the corporate press can see only one lesson: don't go left.
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Progressive campaigns must reach the working class everywhere it lives—in deindustrialized smaller towns as well as the biggest cities—and they must do more than make promises or show up at election time. (Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Images/Getty Images) Views
Even in Defeat, Labour Mobilized the New Working Class
The U.K. election demonstrated the urgent need for grassroots organizing.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, speaks during the 2019 J Street National Conference in Washington, D.C. on October 28, 2019. News
"Let's Nip This Sh*t in the Bud": Cynical Accusations of Anti-Semitism Against Bernie Sanders Draw Fire From Progressives
"Bernie Sanders' willingness to criticize Israel, his support for Palestinian rights—these are not anti-Semitic."
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Don't Let the Smears That Sank Corbyn Tank Bernie Sanders
"Labour’s worst performance since 1983 carries an important lesson for the grassroots left-wing campaign in the United States to elect Bernie Sanders as president: You must defeat false anti-Semitism smears at all costs."
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The broadcaster's exit poll results projected on the outside of the BBC building in London shows Jeremy Corbyn's opposition Labour Party predicted to win 191 seats and lose the general election as the ballots begin to be counted in the general election on December 12, 2019. (Photo: Tolga Akmen / AFP / via Getty Images) Views
UK Election Shows Progressive Must Have More Than Great Policies, They Need to Win
There is no way to spin the results of this election as anything other than disastrous. So what should be done?
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