Acclaimed educator and author of the book, America at War
Jules Dassin’s Cold War Crimes
A chronicle of the Hollywood blacklist and a brilliant film noir director. By Whitney Smith.
A Cinematic Anthem for Troubled Times
Getting aware and getting ready . . . a homily in the modern mode. A film by Amanda Zackem with Chris Hedges.
Isaiah Berlin on 'The Greatest Leader of Democracy in the 20th Century'
A mixture of character, heart and political talent in Franklin Delano Roosevelt made him a world hero. By Isaiah Berlin.
Young people seeing their power
"Why do something if you just don't get the point of why you should?" Trying to learn from people who don't think the same. By Fred Fiske.
Review Essay: 'Age of Fracture' by Daniel Rodgers
A noted historian of intellectual life in culture and politics in the US traces trends from 1980s to 9/11. Review essay by James Cullingham.
Normalizing Authoritarianism is Not an Option
Protecting ourselves from a new American regime's authoritarian ways — as status quo. By Henry A. Giroux.
The Politics of Resentment in Trump's America
Acclaimed educator and author of the book, America at War with Itself, speaks to the recent quake in US politics. By Henry A. Giroux.