Dr. Susan Rosenthal describes the rise of Canada’s public health system during labor’s rebellious postwar period and the corporate profiteering by which it is now being destroyed.
Fire Victoria Nuland — Don’t Let Her Drive War
On International Women’s Day the authors say that if feminists remain silent or support Biden’s under secretary of state simply because she is a woman, this Bush-era neocon might just burn down the world in a nuclear fire.
Caitlin Johnstone: Good Thing Biden Beat Trump
As we approach the halfway mark of this president’s first term, it’s good to consider the top seven reasons why he is so much better than his predecessor.
UN Women & BlackRock
The U.N. agency cancelled a partnership with the hedge fund after feminists fired off a protest letter.
India Far Less Committed to Liberal Values Than Imagined, Data Shows
Age, income and wealth make no difference to regressive attitudes, the data reveals, begging the question of what will: Betwa Sharma in conversation with data journalist Rukmini S.
What if the 2024 ‘Whispers’ Are Right?
Queen of Chaos: Her record, and her own words, show us exactly what we can expect from a Hillary Clinton presidency, write Jeremy Kuzmarov and Steve Brown.
Facebook Shares Abortion-Related Chats With Police
In response to a mother-daughter case in Nebraska, digital rights groups are calling for end-to-end encryption of all conversations conducted on the social media giant’s platform.
Chile’s New Constitution on a Knife-Edge
The outcome of the Sept. 4 vote will not just matter for the future of the Andean nation, the authors say. It will also send a signal to progressive forces throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
Chris Hedges: The Disappearance of Meghan Marohn
There is a national epidemic of missing girls and women. This is the story of a friend who has become one of these grim statistics.
Self-Determination Wrenched from Half US Population
There is no reason, in fact or in law, to erase the constitutional right to abortion, writes Marjorie Cohn.