Communism

QEDaily: Why Environmentalists Are Trying to Scare CEOs
July 08, 2014

The latest strategy for rallying support to fight climate change.

When French Irrationality Was Deadly
The writers who fell in love with fascism
May 31, 2014

France was the seat of the Enlightenment and intellectual order. Perhaps this made its writers fall in love with disorder.

The Onion Has Become America's Finest Marxist News Source
February 05, 2014

The news satire site has become the vanguard of socialist revolution in the U.S.

There Will Never Be a Unified Theory of JFK
What a year of retrospectives missed about the martyred president
December 27, 2013

What the JFK retrospectives all missed is that JFK was psychologically inconsistent. Only his context explains him.

In 1946, The New Republic Panned George Orwell's 'Animal Farm'
September 2, 1946
September 26, 2013

In honor of Banned Books Week, we're publishing our original reviews of frequently banned books.

From the Stacks: "Unsentimental Journey"
December 12, 1994
July 24, 2013

On the 44th anniversary of Witold Gombrowicz's death, Polish writer Jaroslaw Anders's review of Gombrowicz's Trans-Atlantyk.

Marx After Marxism
What can the revolutionary teach us if the revolution is dead?
May 02, 2013

Jonathan Sperber’s is among the first major Marx biographies of the post-1989 era. This may help to explain its perpetual refrain that Marx now belongs to a bygone age. But was the nineteenth century really that long ago?

China Is Not the Gaming Industry's Next Great Frontier
The People's Republic may lift its ban on consoles. It wouldn't be the boon that many expect.
February 05, 2013

The People's Republic may lift its ban on consoles. It wouldn't be the boon that many expect.