Bhaskar Sunkara

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Bhaskar Sunkara, 2016

Bhaskar Sunkara (born June 20, 1989) is an American political writer, and founding editor of the American magazine Jacobin.


The Socialist Manifesto (2019)[edit]

  • It's obvious that things are changing. When I was in high school and told people I was a socialist, they looked at me as if I were crazy. When I tell people I'm a socialist today, they just nod and go about their day - not a hint of revulsion.
    • Preface
  • Any social democrat, no matter their intentions, will always find it easier to move to the right than to the left. ON one side lie guarantees of stability from powerful interests, on the other capital strikes and stubborn resistance.
    • p.221

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