With the death of Margaret Thatcher, Humberto DaSilva reflects on the legacy of neoliberalism's stormtrooper.
Our most cynical politicians are paying enthusiastic tribute this week to Thatcher's legacy: she showed them how easy it can be to seize power by appealing to people's basest desire.
Margaret Thatcher died Monday. We share reflections on her legacy. (Photo: AP)
I am one of generations of activists who were forged in the fires of the burning welfare state. What we fight to defend now is but a shadow of what once was.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron wants to weaken the welfare state more thoroughly than Thatcher's administrations could ever hope to.
With the Summer Olympics Opening Ceremonies on today, we share an interview with author and anti-war activist Lindsey German in London.