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The comic book movie has the potential to change the face of American politics.
Author Pat Thomas discusses what he learned while writing a biography about the co-founder of the Youth International Party of the 1960s.
The marxist economist gets to the root of a question about how to address the issues facing Western society today.
The 21st-century activist group is not as radical or grass-roots as it appears, and the revolution will not be paid for by the Ford Foundation.
The Truthdig columnist sits down with Tyrel Ventura and Tabetha Wallace to discuss violence between the "alt-right" and anti-fascist ("antifa") movements.