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Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information A stirring blueprint for American equality, from the "breakout stars" "The New York Times" of the young new left The Occupy movement gave us energy and language, but its critics were quick to ask "What are the ideas? In a sharp, rousing collective manifesto, nineteen cultural and political critics under the age of thirty dismantle the usual liberal solutions to America's ills and propose something else. What would finance look like without Wall Street?
Or the workplace with responsibility shared by all the workforce? From a campaign to limit work hours, to a program for full employment, to proposals for a new feminism, "The Future We Want" has the courage to think of alternatives that are both utopian and possible. Brilliantly clear and provocative, "The Future We Want"--edited by "Jacobin" magazine founder Bhaskar Sunkara and "The New Inquiry"'s Sarah Leonard, both in their twenties--harnesses the energy and creativity of an angry generation and announces the arrival of a new political left that not only protests but plans.
Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. Here are a bevy of young radicals who offer powerful critiques of the state of our society today, and offer radical alternatives. A stirring blueprint for American equality, from the "breakout stars" The New York Times of the young new left. Democrat, Republican -- the list of presidential candidates confirms that business is proceeding pretty much as usual. The Future We Want proposes something different.
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