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The broad consensus among Palestinian civil society about the need for a broad and sustained Campaign for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) resulted in the Palestinian Call for boycott,...
Established in 1990 as a major alternative to the large, commercial publishers, The New Press is a not-for-profit publishing house operated editorially in the public interest.
Commentary from some of the country's finest progressive journalists...and their occasional guests.
Yale University Press
By Caspar Henderson
"There were other amusements in [the] camp too. As children, we were very curious to know whether the barbed wire of the electric fence was really electrified. The question gave us no rest. We would approach the fence … and compete among ourselves over who would dare to touch the barbed...
For those of you who are socialist cineastes and lefty film fans, who love movies in the tradition of Sergei...
The City of Chicago's pension-cutting Senate Bill 1922 has been declared unconstitutional and void in its entirety. The ruling came...
Last year, San Francisco tenant rights’ supporters scored an important victory when voters overwhelmingly approved...
July 26 marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Its passage harkens back to a bygone era when Americans with disabilities could count on bipartisan efforts in the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. Congress passed the ADA in 1990, and President George H.W. Bush signed it into law. Some years later, in 2008, President George W. Bush signed the ADA...
United Auto Workers Local 2865, the union representing 13,000 teaching assistants and other student workers throughout the University...
An air of unreality pervades much of the debate on the agreement to restrict Iran’s nuclear program. Opponents of the agreement raise issue after issue on which the...