A conversation with Eitan Hersh, author of the 2020 book Politics is for Power, on what has, or hasn't, changed since he wrote it.
The abortion rights movement is at a turning point, and low turnout at Saturday's #BansOffOurBodies are a sign of trouble.
The founder of the Democracy Alliance, who died last week, tried to copy the Right's infrastructure-building but wealthy Democratic donors had other…
History and the majority are on our side; now it's time to organize the power needed to win.
How the Rhode Island Political Cooperative is Modeling a Different Path to Power
The Quiet Before, a new book on the origins of social change, reminds us that scale and speed are not friends of successful movements.
A few essays to brood on.
Inclusive populism centered on the demands of exploited workers could fire a new social movement, but not if corporate-dependent Dems remain in charge
A brief interruption for a modest proposal
How did a bunch of worker-organizers pull off what no other union has ever done?
How six groups have pivoted to deal with changing conditions and challenges. Plus, when will Democrats stop acting like it's business as usual in…
A new report, Winning the Midwest, challenges conventional wisdom about Democratic and progressive politics alike.