Elizabeth King

Elizabeth King is a freelance writer based in Buenos Aires. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Time Magazine, and Quartz.

Why We Blame Millennials For Everything

Malcolm Harris argues that grim realities are driving the disdain for Gen Y.

Revisiting a History of Police and the Working Class

1983's Policing a Class Society argued that the police have always protected the interests of the upper classes. Here’s why it’s being re-released now.

A sheriff in front of a housing unit, viewed through an iron fence

Inside Chicago's Activist Efforts to Secure Rent Control

Local organizers are pushing hard to get rent control on a spring referendum—but can their efforts succeed?

A photograph of a man sleeping on an Amtrak train near Birmingham, Alabama.

The Human Cost of Losing Amtrak

Hundreds of towns and cities would lose rail service under President Trump’s proposed budget—and some of them have few other options.