The candidate, seeking the Green Party nomination, is the only presidential hopeful who understands that what's important is not the election—it's the construction of anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist global movements. The building of these movements alone will save us.
Complex works of art lend themselves to multiple interpretations, especially where political matters are concerned. Late in 1946, American writer Dwight Macdonald asked George Orwell whether the book " 'Animal Farm' … meant that revolution always ended badly for the underdog, 'hence to hell with it and hail the status quo.' " In advance of the publication of a new collection of Orwell's letters, here is the author's response.