Gabriel Winant

Gabriel Winant is a historian of the United States. Currently a Visiting Scholar at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he is writing a book on care work and the Rust Belt. His writing has appeared in Dissent, the Guardiann+1, The NationNew Labor Forum, and The New York Times.


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The Great Red North

Gabriel Winant considers Barry Eidlin’s answer to the perennial question: why has leftism fared better in Canada?...

The Great Red North
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