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Jacobin #52

225 x 275 mm, 152 pages
New York City, US
Publisher: Remeike Forbes
Editorial director: Bhaskar Sunkara
Design director: Lauren Traugott-Campbell

The most recent issues of Jacobin have seen the New York-crafted magazine expand; in terms of its physical size, pagination and (by the looks of things) its team, which has also seen a reshuffle. The long standing American and global politics publication now sports a glossy cover and a bold new logo. A welcome refresh, if we do say so ourselves.

With the strap line ‘Reason In Revolt’, Jacobin tackles politics from a firmly leftist standpoint, offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture. 

Readers of a certain age will recognise the cover model on the latest issue: Clippy, the handy text editor assistant from the early 2000s, shows how far AI has come in just a few decades.

The question at the top of Jacobin's mind is – can humanity survive AI's impending takeover? Features like ‘ChatGPT: Propaganda Machine,’ ‘Lonely? Meet Your New AI Lover,’ and ‘The Misadventures of Cybersyn’ all speak to the urgency of the worker's future within this tech landscape.

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