Somewhere in Between

Republished with permission from The Nation The rise and fall of Clintonism. By Ryan Cooper In 1993, Vice President Al

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Once taboo, socialism finds comrades among US millennials

While working as an electrician Lee Carter received a literal shock, through one hand and across the chest, that jolted

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The Fall of the President’s Men

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY ELIZABETH DREW As US President Donald Trump leaves for a ten-day trip to Asia, he finds

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The Two Backlashes Against Globalization

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY SHASHI THAROOR The reaction against globalization has taken two forms: economic resistance to rising inequality and

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Donald Trump’s passion for cruelty

U.S. President’s apparent passion for cruelty speaks to a greater American illness – (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Henry Giroux, McMaster University Donald

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On the economy, many black voters see little difference between Republicans, Democrats

WASHINGTON — A new study suggests that Democrats can re-energize African-American voters even if President Barack Obama isn’t on the

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Obama’s Wall Street Speeches Have a Message for the Democrats

Originally published on ALTERNET In the struggle for the party’s future, the ex-president’s paid private chats send a message. By Jefferson

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So Why Did Hillary Clinton Kick Up the Dust with Bernie Sanders All Over Again?

Originally published on ALTERNET So much for party unity. By Les Leopold In her new book What Happened? Hillary Clinton goes after

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