Ronnie Dugger received the George Polk career award for journalism in 2011. The founding editor of the Texas Observer, he has written biographies of Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan and numerous articles for the New Yorker, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Nation, Harper's, Mother Jones, the Atlantic, and many other periodicals. He is now in Austin working on a book about nuclear war.
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Saturday, November 05, 2016
The National Agony of This Election
The overriding consideration in this national agony of an election is the welfare of all people and life in the world. Neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton should be one of the only two of us that we can elect. But they are. Must we elect one of them? We have to. Third-party votes are leaves on...