All Views Articles for 2016-11-10

Thursday, November 10, 2016
Bill C. Davis
In Paris, Yesterday's Date Looked Like This: 9/11/16
In Connecticut on Tuesday morning (11/8/16) I voted. That night I got on a plane to Paris and slept believing I would wake up the next day to learn that America had elected its first woman president...
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Neal Gabler
Farewell, America
No matter how the rest of the world looked at us on Nov. 7, they will now look at us differently.
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Ronnie Cummins
Now That It's Over, It's Times to Exercise Our 'True Power'
The best thing about the 2016 election, a contest between two of the most unpopular candidates in history, is that it’s over. Now, we get back to work. Back to our radical roots (it’s never been lost...
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Robert C. Koehler
A Nation Up for Grabs
How do we respond now that the unthinkable has happened?
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Jake Johnson
Blame the Neoliberals: Democrats' Toxic Ideology Paved the Way for Trump
How corporate centrism has failed to defeat even the most incompetent figurehead of the nativist right
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Jenni Monet
What the Trump Victory Means for Standing Rock
The Sioux tribe is facing a pro-oil president-elect with personal investments riding on the completion of the Dakota Access pipeline.
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Randall Amster
Trumping Disbelief
On why denial is not a viable political strategy
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Thomas S. Harrington
I Would Love to Share in Your Incredulity
I would love to share, my liberal friend, in your sense of incredulity about the election of Donald Trump to the presidency of United States. I would love to stand with you in the sense of...
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Norman Solomon
For the Trump Era: Fight Not Flight
A lot of U.S. citizens are now talking about leaving the country. Canada, Europe and New Zealand are popular scenarios. Moving abroad might be an individual solution. But the social solution is to...
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