Jeremy Corbyn on his surprising rise to the top of the Labour Party and the challenges he now faces.
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As organized labor lost strength, the Democratic Party turned to professional-class voters to shore up its base.
Bill Clinton gutted welfare and criminalized the poor, all while funneling more money into the carceral state.
A generation ago, socialists and civil rights activists tried to transform the Democratic Party. Why did they fail?
The Democratic Party has a history of throwing up barriers to working-class organization that Bernie Sanders will find hard to overcome.
The demise of social democracy shows the precariousness of any project of reform under capitalism.
The same politics that underpinned the welfare state brought about its collapse.
Jeremy Corbyn drew on the historic struggles of the Labour left and new social movements to power his successful party leadership bid.
Throughout the 1990s, Bill Clinton and other Democratic Leadership Council figures launched a campaign to take their Third Way ideology global.
Has the decline of the mass party caused the decline of democracy itself?
Only a forthright anticapitalism can end the reign of Third Way politics.