A new Jacobin brings a brand new look. Bigger and bolder with a striking new masthead, and a beautiful new design (love that Klawe Rzeczy cover) this feels and looks like a new and improved beast.
The Infrastructure issue features articles on the liberal creation and destruction of publicly owned nuclear power, the trepidatious future of Billionaire-owned transportation systems, and how crypto will only shore up the inequalities of modern capitalism.
Elsewhere the best Bond villain lairs, unmissable hijacking movies, the welcome return of Michael Stipe and the romance of the Newcastle Metro.
The quarterly magazine of the Jacobin Foundation in Brooklyn is an enlightening political read and the leading voice of the American left, offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture.