All Views Articles for 2016-08-06

Saturday, August 6, 2016
Robert Dodge
Hiroshima, Presidential Campaigns and Our Nuclear Future
Seventy-one years ago on August 6th and 9th the world entered the nuclear age with the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing and injuring in excess of 200,000 immediately and untold additional...
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Kathy Kiely
The Making of Donald Trump, As Told by a Journalistic Nemesis
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Cay Johnston says his new book is "basically everything Donald Trump wants to make sure you do not know."
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Chris Kromm
Big Money vs. Black Lives: Movement Connects Money in Politics to Racial Justice
This week, a coalition of more than 50 organizations connected to the Black Lives Matter movement released a highly-anticipated policy agenda document, " A Vision for Black Lives ." Rooted in the...
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Richard Eskow
As Republicans Defect, Will Clinton Be Tempted To Tack Right?
The sense of panic among elite Republicans is palpable. They’re beginning to understand that when they look at Donald Trump they’re staring into the orange-hued face of their party’s potential demise...
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Stephen Kinzer
Don't Blame the Masses
Whether or not the world is in an unusually bad state these days, it certainly seems so. Even Americans, famous for our lack of interest in world affairs, now closely follow news from far away. Much...
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Ralph Nader
Wake Up: These Unneeded Instruments Can Wreak Mass Destruction
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has recently advanced a clean energy plan which mandates that New York transition half of its energy needs to renewables by 2030. By regressive contrast, New York’s...
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