126 Articles by: Daniel Finn

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Daniel Finn is the features editor at Jacobin. He is the author of One Man’s Terrorist: A Political History of the IRA.

The X-Files: The Truth Was Out There

The classic show The X-Files celebrated and satirized America’s love of conspiracy theories before they became an all-consuming obsession. When the show returned to the air after a long gap, it had to confront a culture of paranoia that made Fox Mulder’s imagination look tame.


Two Centuries of the National Question

Critics say Marxism can’t account for the popular appeal of nationalism. But the Marxist tradition contains some vital insights into the origins and future of national communities.


Organizing the Void

The new left in Europe and North America hasn’t made the transition from being a symptom of democratic crisis to offering an effective cure for it.