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The Strange Death of American Exceptionalism

Jack Ross

There have been numerous books that purport to explain the current “populist” moment, but in The Strange Death of American Exceptionalism, Jack Ross puts both sides of the culture war into historical context.

Enjoyment Right & Left

Todd McGowan

While understanding the psychological structure of pleasure and desire might seem to be unrelated to understanding our current political crisis...

I'll Burn That Bridge When I Get To It

Norman Finkelstein

Originating as a response to the 2020 publication of “A Letter on Justice and Open Debate” in Harper’s, Finkelstein’s new book I’ll Burn That Bridge When I Get to It takes aim at both “cancel culture” and “identity politics”...

The Death of the Millennial Left

Chris Cutrone

A critique of the history of the recent and current Left, the book is also a lesson in politics; the politics marking the 21st century and the absence of Marxism informing the Left as much as the Right. It is essential reading for anyone interested in a socialist politics of freedom.

Beyond Family: A Case for Another Regime of Reproduction, Sexuality and Kinship

Bülent Somay

Beginning by declaring ‘Familia delenda est!’ or “the Family is (to be) destroyed” Bulent Somay argues that the nuclear family is repressive and regressive and needs to be replaced...

How to Stop Being a Teenage Nihilist

Stefan Bertram-Lee

Bertram Lee argues that, rather than looking to destroy what’s wrong in the world, the left aim at finding a creative political project.


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