Written in 1972, during Greece’s military junta, leftist Marios Chakkas’s recently translated novel The Commune is a mournful testament from a world where the stakes of politics were communism or fascism, democracy or dictatorship.
Tadhg Larabee is an assistant editor at Jacobin.
Charley Tennenbaum, a Stop Cop City activist, was charged with felony intimidation for flyering about the officers who shot an organizer 57 times. After months in prison, Tennenbaum spoke to Jacobin about Georgia’s crackdown on civil liberties.
Last week, 15,000 nurses at seven Twin Cities hospitals voted to authorize a strike. Their demand is simple: put patients before profits.