Selina Todd's new book is a passionate account of the gains made by the working class in the 20th century, how they were lost and why we should fight for them again.
Norman Finkelstein's acerbic demolition job, 'Old Wine, Broken Bottle: Ari Shavit's Promised Land', reviewed.
An astute and aggressive class traitor, who knew precisely how to rile his ex-classmates, Labour Chancellor Hugh Dalton was the Tories’ worst nightmare.
Peter Mair’s final book is a sure guide to our enfeebled ‘voodoo politics,’ in a world where raw economic power reigns unchallenged
Far from deep-green hippies, much of today's environmentalism was built by military and political elites who sought to control the planet, not save it.
Alice Bell reviews Andrew Simms and Billy Talen’s new books offering hope in the face of environmental apocalypse.
What if there were a magic bullet to fix our ailing planet? A review of Clive Hamilton's Earthmasters.
Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin’s ‘The Making of Global Capitalism’ is too light on theory. The fifth in our series on Global Capitalism and the State.
The US dominates global capitalism, but it did not create it single-handedly. The fourth in our series on ‘Global Capitalism and the State’.
A review of a classic history of working class culture, 'The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes' by Jonathan Rose