The role of strategy in making social movements and organizations more effective, and who creates it, are the urgent questions four authors explore in three new books. Their answers will surprise you, as they surprised me.
To effectively contend with racist, authoritarian forces, our work must be as powerful as possible. Maurice Mitchell unpacks problems our organizations and movements face, identifies underlying causes and core problems, proposes concrete solutions.
Claire Tran and Jacob Swenson-Lengyel
As Congress returns to Washington, the impeachment proceedings are likely to gain steam. The authors argue the left can't afford to sit this fight out, but should be a part of the broad anti-Trump front working to protect and expand democracy.