Bernie Sanders speaks: In his most revealing interview, the socialist presidential candidate sets out his vision for America (and more). Is Bernie Sanders too radical for America? Although pegged as a fringe candidate, Sanders’ views are surprisingly mainstream. Justin Slaughter on how Bernie Sanders is taking back one of the GOP’s favorite insults. Dumb writers suggest Bernie Sanders represents the Democrats’ tea party — they’re wrong. Bernie Sanders is not the Left’s Ron Paul. Give the people what they want: Seth Ackerman on how Bernie Sanders’ signature issues aren’t “white” issues. Bernie Sanders has a secret: Michael Kruse on Vermont, his son and the hungry early years that made him the surging socialist he is today. Bernie Sanders’ 1970s-era writings were rambling, raw, sometimes misinformed — but undeniably Bernie. Todd Gitlin on the Bernie Sanders moment. Nate Cohn on why Bernie Sanders’s momentum is not built to last (and more).

Gazi Islam (Grenoble): A Taste for Otherness: Anthropophagy and the Embodied Self in Organizations. Gale M. Lucas (USC), Mathew D. McCubbins (Duke), and Mark B. Turner (Case Western): Against Game Theory. Is Greece worse off than the U.S. during the Great Depression? Chuq Von Rospach on the death of Reddit. Kelsey Snell on how Republicans want to defund Obama’s legacy: Republicans want to use the appropriations process to prevent the White House from moving forward on a long list of policy priorities. It’s official: Latinos now outnumber whites in California. Robert Zaretsky on the “great and cursed work” that was the Encyclopedie. The greatest good: What is the best charitable cause in the world? Scott McLemee reviews Patience and Fortitude: Power, Real Estate, and the Fight to Save a Public Library by Scott Sherman (and more). This just in: Hipsters are silly dorks; love inappropriately recontextualizing old shit (and more). Cable Neuhaus on why it’s time to rethink Time: Can the venerable title be saved?

The Real Teens of Silicon Valley: Nellie Bowles goes inside the almost-adult lives of the industry’s newest recruits. Jessie Frazelle on why this industry is fucked: “My least favorite topic in the world is ‘Women in Tech’, so I am going to make this short but I think it’s something that needs to be said”. Lauren C. Williams on the women who are using industry discrimination to change tech. Here is a an open letter on the state of women of color in technology. A black man walks into Silicon Valley and tries to get a job. Behind Silicon Valley’s self-critical tone on diversity, a lack of progress. Silicon Valley is soul-sucking: Alison Stevenson interviews Matt Takaichi. Jeff Bercovici on why we need to talk more about mental illness in tech and business. For an industry based on empirical science and employing large numbers of engineers, Silicon Valley has been remarkably incurious about the scientific basis of mindfulness, probably because the “neuroplasticity” concept is just too alluring.