The presidential trailblazer just took a historic first step toward national dialogue about anti-Semitism. But its success will depend on whether he’s willing to confront some hard choices.
The author offers a final word to the responses generated by his essays on the future of the left, and brings Tablet’s series to a close
The latest entry in a Tablet feature responding to Paul Berman’s analysis of the American left examines how a rising group of young women, aligned with the Democratic Socialists, is changing American political culture
A Corbyn supporter responds to Paul Berman’s critique of the Left
The latest entry in a Tablet feature analyzing the state of the American left, inspired by Paul Berman’s series of essays on the subject. Here, a ‘Dissent’ editor asks, ‘patriotism, what’s it good for?’
Tablet is publishing works analyzing the state of the American left as part of an ongoing feature inspired by Paul Berman’s series of essays on the subject. The latest examines what’s behind the current revival of Communist-inspired politics, and where it’s leading.
In the second of a series inspired by Paul Berman’s opus on ‘The State of the Left,’ a conservative writer argues that while the term ‘cultural Marxism’ has been appropriated by some bigots and conspiracists, the existence of the ideology is a matter of historical record
The first in a series responding to Paul Berman’s opus on ‘The State of the Left’ addresses the critical differences between Bernie Sanders’ older, left-wing labor tradition and Jeremy Corbyn’s New Left Third Worldism
Announcing a series of responses to Paul Berman’s opus on ‘The American Left’ from writers across the political spectrum
Third in a series on the American left: a tale of buried treasure
Second in a series on the American left: Michael Walzer and Bernie Sanders
First in a series on the American left: Will left-wing anti-Zionists and anti-Semites in America succeed in hollowing out the traditional liberal left in the United States, as they have in Britain and France?