I have a certain sympathy with this Labour MP Jon Trickett arguing in a Jacobin interview that the party must fight a class war than a culture war. He represents.
I know that the media loves finding white people in Youngstown and Canton to talk to about their personal lord and savior Donald Trump and repeat the economic anxiety arguments.
Jacobin's quality control has never been its strength and combined with the impossible to kill dogma among certain leftists that so-called "identity politics" are a black hole that cover up.
I was lucky enough to be on The Sound and the Furious Podcast last week, with scholars seeking to combine academia and pop culture in ways that reach out to.
I confess that when I opened this Jacobin piece on the New Victorians creating top-down moral values through consumption, I thought, "oh great another Jacobin hot take on something that.
Here is another long essay about Trump supporters and what they see in him. The useful thing in this piece is how it identifies the divide between relatively wealthy Republicans.
I really appreciate this point Bernie Sanders made recently: People are not truly free when they are unable to feed their family,” he said. “People are not truly free when.
Above: Not the middle class The state of mainstream country music is, to say the least, a mixed bag. The Nashville radio formula that has dominated the art form for.