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Jeremy Corbyn, 1970s Revanchist, Is Suddenly the Face of the New New Left

The politics of Britain and the U.S. can have a strange, synchronized rhythm to them. Margaret Thatcher was a harbinger of Ronald Reagan as both countries veered suddenly rightward in the 1980s. Prime ... read more

Corbyn’s Complaint

Now, suddenly ... the Holocaust or come up with new versions of the blood libel—figured with a disproportionate regularity. Still, Corbyn was allowed the benefit of the doubt. Out-and-out anti-Zionism ... read more

Letter from Britain: The Real Reason for the ‘Anti-Semite’ Campaign Against Jeremy Corbyn

Which brings me to the present “anti-Semitism” campaign against Jeremy Corbyn. The Left-Wing, Anti-Imperialist Labour Tradition ... who have joined in the campaign are non-Jews. A New Political Dynami... read more

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Jeremy Corbyn is the Steve Brookstein of British politics: He's just won the phone vote but the British public are not going to buy his records, writes MATT CHORLEY

Corbyn, on the other hand, is Steve Brookstein ... But people didn't want to buy his records. And Britain will not buy Corbyn's softly spoken versions of songs which failed to trouble the charts in th... read more

A History of Sabotaging Jeremy Corbyn

(Note that, far from the usual Third Way protests about electability, Blair here is quite clear about his hostility to left-wing policies on principle). In August, he warned that “Jeremy ... New Labou... read more

How social democracy lost its way: a report from Germany

That coalition started crumbling in the late 1970s with the rise of the environmentalist Green party, which offered a new brand of ... the playbook of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party in the UK, which has ... read more

Computers Getting a Taste of Their Own Medicine

politics 8:00 a.m. Jeremy Corbyn, 1970s Revanchist, Is Suddenly the Face of the New New Left He epitomizes the rebirth of socialism from the failures of capitalism after the 2008 crash. Jared Kushner ... read more

Why The Left Will (Eventually) Triumph: An Interview With Ruy Teixeira

Ruy Teixeira (pronounced Tush-aira) and I have been friends since the early 1970s when we were members of a socialist group, the New American Movement, that was supposed to perpetuate the saner parts ... read more

Saving Wales

THERESA MAY: "We believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face, as terrorism ... I looked at Jeremy Corbyn and I don't see him as a strong leader, I would compare him to, you know, you... read more


This excludes the extreme, the far right and the extremes of far left ... Jeremy Corbyn government. As Jeremy Corbyn as prime minister. We are right now facing a really, really big crisis. The foreign ... read more

The Conflict Tearing Apart British Politics: An Interview With David Goodhart

What was new was that he was able to politically mobilize this often naïve soft left student ... Jeremy Corbyn probably represents the view of about five percent of the British people, but a lot of na... read more

Hold the Front Page: The Reporters are Missing

“[It is] an age in which people yearn for new ideas and fresh alternatives,” wrote Katharine Viner. Her political writer Jonathan Freedland dismissed the yearning of young people who supported the mod... read more

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