The Year(s) of Living Dangerously

Between political tumult, racial tensions, the worsening climate crisis, a deteriorating economy, and a deadly pandemic, 2020 is easily the most pivotal year since 1968. The material conditions that make plain the failures of our current system are more palpable than ever. But this isn’t the result of a singular year. It’s taken decades to reach this moment of reckoning — and the only silver lining is that an ascendant Left is better positioned now than ever to lead the fight for a better world.

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