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Saturday, September 22, 2018
Marshall Auerback
Does the U.S. Have the Ingredients to Win a Trade War?
In winning the trade battle with China, Trump may lose the war against inflation.
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Sami Awad, Michael Beer
Gaza As the Palestinian State Is Not an Acceptable Two-State Solution
"On the 25th anniversary of the Oslo Accords, Israel is implementing an unjust 'two-state' solution by making Gaza the Palestinian rump state on 1.76 percent of historical Palestine. Israel is moving toward permanent annexation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem."
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Steven Rosenfeld
America's Political Pollsters Could Be Missing the X Factor in the 2018 Elections—'Hidden Voters'
Pollsters like to look for reliable voters, but that overlook this year's key blocs of new and infrequent voters.
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Glenn Greenwald
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" Aims Not at Trump But at Those Who Created the Conditions That Led to His Rise
Trump himself is a secondary figure in Moore's film, which is far more focused on the far more relevant and interesting questions of what—and, critically, who—created the climate in which someone like Trump could occupy the Oval Office.
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Jack Goldsmith
Quick Notes on the Rosenstein Revelations
The Times story is "another piece of evidence—on top of large-scale senior-level insubordination, the anonymous Times op-ed writer, and many episodes in Woodward’s new book—that senior Trump officials are significantly disenchanted with the president’s basic competence and have undertaken very...
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Christopher Brauchli
The Pot Addresses the Kettle
As President Donald Trump mulls sanctions for China over its treatment of ethnic Uighurs, more than 13,000 young immigrants are in U.S. government custody
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