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The Many Deaths of Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism is dying — again. Many are heralding Joe Biden’s policies as the end of neoliberalism. But these premature proclamations misunderstand what neoliberalism is: a holistic ethos and vision for society to remake every area of life on the model of market competition.

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Fears of a Working Class Revolt

Who holds the power in Biden’s administration? So far, every indication we have suggests that business is still calling the shots in Washington—and they fear a working class revolt.

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Between Christ and Anti-Christ

Despite Nietzsche’s disgust with Christianity and its political inheritance, democracy, modern-day conservatives like Jordan Peterson draw heavily on Nietzschean tropes. Understanding Nietzche’s anti-egalitarian philosophy shows us why.

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Bridging the Old Left and New Left

Uniting the Left through democratic socialism was a storied, frustrated, long-running dream of American socialists. Michael Harrington kept it alive before Bernie Sanders and the ravages of neoliberalism dramatically revived it.

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Capitalism and the Aesthetics of Fascism

To understand the emotionally thrilling spectacle of fascism, it is crucial to understand precisely how conspiratorial propaganda worked under historic fascist regimes, and how it continues to work today.

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The Voice of Tradition and the Unheard Present

Carl Trueman’s new book demonstrates that even erudite conservative accounts of our modern moment struggle to grapple with the voices and experiences of ordinary people. Nowhere is this clearer than in Trueman’s atrocious treatment of queer and trans people.

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The Perils of Catholic Postliberalism

Catholic postliberalism fails to adequately analyze the relationship between capitalism and liberalism, leading to an ahistorical, reactionary, and ultimately repressive vision of political order.