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Beware Of My Starving/ and My Rage
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Trump 2016: The Three Shadows Haunting Cleveland
When Donald Trump’s Republican Party convenes in Cleveland, three shadows will haunt the arena. They won’t talk about these shadows on television, but if you look closely you’re sure to see them. The first shadow is that of the extremist Republican right. Since the infamous Lewis Powell memo of...
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Coup d'état Attempt: Turkey's Reichstag Fire?
We are witnessing the consolidation of a new form of authoritarianism with a populist streak.
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In An Age of Trump, We Need Woody Guthrie
If Woody Guthrie, America’s most revered troubadour for social justice, was still alive he would no doubt be celebrating his 104th birthday today by writing songs about Donald Trump’s attacks on immigrants, Muslims, the physically handicapped, and other groups and about the growing Black Lives...
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We Must Understand Corporate Power to Fight It
In the winter of 1941, a Jewish gravedigger from Chelmo, the western province of Poland, appeared in Warsaw and desperately sought a meeting with Jewish leaders. He told them the Nazis were rounding up Jews, including the old, women and children, and forcing them into what looked like tightly...
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Bernie Sanders as Commander-in-Chief
Tulsi Gabbard, a Hawaii congresswoman and Iraq War veteran, stars in a stunning ad endorsing Bernie Sanders as “Commander-in-Chief,” a potential turning point in the Democratic race
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Don't Blame It All on Donald Trump
Entering uncharted territory in Washington
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A Corporation Goes to War: How Texaco Supported Fascism
“Merchants have no country,” wrote Thomas Jefferson in 1814. “The mere spot they stand on does not constitute so strong an attachment as that from which they draw their gains.” The former president was ruing the way New England traders and shipowners, fearing the loss of lucrative transatlantic...
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Fascism: Can It Happen Here?
“When Fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross,” goes a saying that is widely attributed to the first American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, Sinclair Lewis. In 1935, Lewis wrote a novel called “It Can’t Happen Here,” positing fascism’s rise in the...
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It Can’t Happen Here... Can It?
Trump’s Storm Troopers and the Possibility of American Fascism
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