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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Before Our Very Eyes, Trump Is Undoing the Work of Our Country’s Founders

Republished with permission from TomDispatch.com Painful as it is, we can only fight him if we pay attention. By Tom Engelhardt / TomDispatch

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Donald Trump’s 21st Century Fake Populism

Republished with permission from TomDispatch.com Our president isn’t a populist, but he’s happy to play one on TV. By Rajan Menon / TomDispatch

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Ugly Stuff: GOP Tax and Budget Plans Will Destroy Finances of Average Americans With Sick Elders or Family Members With Disabilities

Originally published on ALTERNET Tax breaks for the rich, while the GOP targets healthcare safety nets for society’s most vulnerable.

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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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America’s Tax-Cut Peronists

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY  SIMON JOHNSON American populism in the Trump era, though promising great gains for working people, will

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Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s populist gamble

This article first appeared on openDemocracy PHILIPPE MARLIÈRE The irony is despite dismissing notions of left and class, the sociology

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Rage Against the Elites

Commentary from Project Syndicate By Helmut K. Anheier With the advantage of hindsight, four recent books bring to bear diverse perspectives

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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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