What are taxes, really?
In the 1990s, progressive parties turned away from working-class policies and embraced more rightwing ideas. So why did this happen? And how has this shaped opinions about progressive policies.
Unconditional cash payments to everyone in the country — is this an idea whose time has arrived?

Why inequality matters

One of the central myths of our economy is that inequality isn't a moral problem. That view is wrong.

Is a 33-year-old progressive Muslim doctor the answer to far-right populism? On August 7th, Michigan Democrats will choose their candidate for Governor. The race is between establishment Democratic candidate Gretchen Whitmer, and Abdul El-Sayed, a man many are calling the face of a new progressive vision for America.
While the world watches America burn, Italy just elected a populist party. And they have their own version of Donald Trump...
In this episode of How To Argue With Conservatives, Taylor tackles arguments for libertarianism grounded in theories of justice.
Why are progressives bad at storytelling? Is a left-wing nationalism possible? And is the left too concerned with definitions instead of winning? In this episode of Cable Street, I’m joined by professor Richard Sandbrook to discuss how the left can win and use power.
In this episode of Cable Street, I'm joined by Matt Stoller to discuss how the rise of monopolies has contributed to income inequality and political populism.
In this episode of How To Argue With Conservatives, Taylor makes the case against libertarianism.