|First issue||Winter 2011|
|Based in||New York|
Jacobin is a quarterly magazine of culture and polemic based out of New York. The publication began as an online magazine released in September 2010, but expanded into a print journal later that year. Jacobin has been described by its publisher as a radical publication, "largely the product of a younger generation not quite as tied to the Cold War paradigms that sustained the old leftist intellectual milieus like Dissent or New Politics."
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- No Short-Cuts: Interview with the Jacobin. Idiom magazine.
- "About us"
- "A Young Publisher Takes Marx Into the Mainstream", Jennifer Schuessler, The New York Times, 20 January 2013
- Idiom Magazine on Jacobin
- Doug Henwood's radio interview with Bhaskar Sunkara on Jacobin magazine
- "New York literary magazines – start spreading the news", Hermione Hoby, The Observer, 5 January 2013
- "Letter to 'The Nation' From a Young Radical Liberalism—including much of what’s published in this magazine—seems well-intentioned but inadequate. The solution lies in the re-emergence of American radicalism." opinion by Bhaskar Sunkara May 21, 2013 This article appeared in the June 10-17, 2013 edition of The Nation.
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