Since the 1960s, Cuban-born Samuel Farber has been an activist and writer with a third camp, anti-capitalist, anti-Stalinist perspective. He talked to Kent Worcester about his political development, his experiences—and his reflections on people, movements, and organizations—from his earliest years to today.
Tempest follows up on last week’s series of reports from the front with additional abortion rights protests and more upcoming actions this weekend around the country in response to the leaked draft Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Even though popular support for abortion rights stands at more than two-thirds, the Supreme Court seems dead set on overturning Roe v. Wade. Haley Pessin and Natalia Tylim look at why this majority hasn’t ruled in official politics and the kind of organizing it will take to turn things around.
Bill Keach reviews A Failure of Vision: Michael Harrington and the Limits of Democratic Socialism by Doug Greene.
Sylvestre Jaffard analyses last month’s election results in the French presidential election, including the prospects for a rejuvenated Left challenge in the June legislative vote.
Haley Pessin reports on this weekend’s victory by New York City for Abortion Rights.