Jacobin #44 | The Left in Purgatory

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The new Jacobin ponders whether the honeymoon period for American politician and activist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is over, looks at how the COVID-19 pandemic will transform global politics more than the financial crash of 2008 and examines the future of Germany's Die Linke party. Elsewhere you'll find the Coen Brothers and their affiliation with the American left, a re-examination of the BBC's The History Man television series, and The Beatles and the political moment that made the band possible.



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.  


Size: 190 x 258mm

Pages: 96 

Jacobin #44 | The Left in Purgatory