Link to an interview with Jerome Roos conducted by George Souvlis:
Link to a review by Luke Savage of the book No Longer Newsworthy: How the Mainstream Media Abandoned the Working Class (2019) by Christopher R. Martin:
Link to an article by Ivan Bruneau, Julian Mischi & Nicolas Renahy:
Bonus links: ressentiment and university discourse and The Politics of Resentment: Rural Consciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker and Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right and “For What It’s Worth: The Yellow Vests and the Left” and “A Leftist Plea for ‘Eurocentrism'” and “Sending in the Troops”
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This is an excellent multi-part piece on the fundamental problems with Chomsky’s politics — though it does contain a few brief unsupported or otherwise perplexing statements. See also The Idiot Pool
Link to an interview with Daniel Immerwahr, conducted by Tanner Howard:
Link to an article by Pavlina Tcherneva:
A takedown of Henwood is a bit like shooting fish in a barrel, given that he is so weak on theory and is one of those insufferable centrist journalists posing as a leftist — much like Naomi Klein or Paul Mason. But still, somebody had to write the takedown. Sure, Henwood cites some true facts but the main point Tcherneva gets across is that Henwood is being exceptionally petty and obtuse by focusing on trivialities and individual personalities. He is clearly engaging in a highly superficial smear job.
Bonus links: “Behind the Money Curtain: A Left Take on Taxes, Spending, and Modern Monetary Theory” and “‘Taxpayer Money’ Threatens Medicare-for-All (And Every Other Social Program)” and “Modern Money Green Economics for a New Era” and Modern Money Theory: A Primer on Macroeconomics for Sovereign Monetary Systems (2nd Ed.)
Link to an article by Rebecca Gordon:
Link to an article by Eric Blanc:
Link to an article by Justin Fox:
The claims about environmental benefits of wood (over concrete) and a few other things might be debatable.