Politics

  • Matt Flegenheimer, “Stephen Miller, the Powerful Survivor on the President’s Right Flank” 9 October 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Mychal Denzel Smith, “What Liberals Get Wrong About Identity Politics” 11 September 2017. The New Republic (read)
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates, “The First White President” October 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • James A. Baker III and Andrew Young, “Identity Politics Are Tearing America Apart” 30 August 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Joe Biden, “‘We Are Living Through a Battle for the Soul of This Nation'” 27 August 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • “What Our Faith Tells Us About Healing America” 20 August 2017. CNN (read)
  • Eric Foner, “Confederate Statues and ‘Our’ History” 20 August 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Jacey Fortin, “What Robert E. Lee Wrote to the Times About Slavery in 1858” 18 August 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Vann R. Newkirk II, “Growing Up in the Shadow of the Confederacy” 22 August 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Toni Morrison, “Making America White Again” 21 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Bethany Moreton, “Kochonomics: The Racist Roots of Public Choice Theory” 10 August 2017. Boston Review (read)
  • Michael Duffy, “Why General John Kelly Is Trump’s Last Hope” 14 August 2017. Time (read)
  • Patrick Radden Keefe, “Carl Icahn’s Failed Raid On Washington” 28 August 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Russ Feingold, “How the Republican Party Quietly Does the Bidding of White Supremacists” 19 August 2017. The Guardian (read)
  • Rod Dreher, “The Curse of Identity Politics” 13 August 2017. The American Conservative (read)
  • Jamelle Bouie, “There Was Never Doubt Over What Trump Thought of Charlottesville” 15 August 2017. Slate (read)
  • N. D. B. Connolly, “Charlottesville Showed that Liberalism Can’t Defeat White Supremacy. Only Direct Action Can.” 15 August 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Heather Boushey, “How the Radical Right Played the Long Game and Won” 15 August 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Carol Anderson, “The Policies of White Resentment” 5 August 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Benjamin Wallace-Wells, “Bernie Sanders’s Campaign Isn’t Over” 7 & 14 August 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Mia Charlene White, “Can Black Capitalism Ever Truly Heal Black People?” 7 July 2017. Cassius (read)
  • Mark Penn and Andrew Stein, “Back to the Center, Democrats” 6 July 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Lawrence Wright, “America’s Future Is Texas” 10 & 17 July 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Liz Stark, “Forty-Four States and DC Have Refused to Give Certain Voter Information to Trump Commission” 5 July 2017. CNN (read)
  • Matt Stoler, “How Inequality Makes Out Government Corrupt and Our Democracy Weak” 28 June 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Dana Priest and Michael Birnbaum, “Europe Has Been Working to Expose Russian Meddling for Years” 25 June 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Amy Davidson, “The Senate’s Disastrous Healthcare Bill” 3 July 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jamelle Bouie, “Why Obama Voters Defected” 20 June 2017. Slate (read)
  • Moshik Temkin, “Historians Shouldn’t Be Pundits” 26 June 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Greg Miller, Ellen Nakashima, and Adam Entous, “Obama’s Secret Struggle to Punish Russia for Putin’s Election Assault” 23 June 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Katy Waldman, “Democrats Calling the GOP Health Care Bill Mean Are Impotent and Pathetic” 22 June 2017. Slate (read)
  • Margot Sanger-Katz, “Shifting Dollars From Poor to Rich Is a Key Part of the Senate Health Bill” 22 June 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Daniel K. Williams, “The Democrats’ Religion Problem” 23 June 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Charlie Mahtesian, “The GOP’s Suburban Nightmare” 22 June 2017. Politico Magazine (read)
  • Sally Q. Yates, “Making America Scared Again Won’t Make Us Safer” 23 June 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • John Cassidy, “Jon Ossoff’s Georgia Sixth Loss Is a Reality Check For Democrats” 21 June 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Rosie Gray, “The White House Press Briefing Is Slowly Dying” 20 June 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Jeffrey Frank, “Gogol’s ‘Dead Souls’ Should Be On Trump’s Summer Reading List” 13 June 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • S.V. Date, “GOP’s New Defense of Trump: The Guy’s A Toddler, He Doesn’t Know Any Better” 12 June 2017. Huffington Post (read)
  • Ezra Klein, “Donald Trump’s Presidency Is An American Crisis” 7 June 2017. Vox (read)
  • US Weekly Staff, “How Ivanka Trump Influences Her Father Donald Trump” 7 June 2017. US Weekly (read)
  • Russell W. Mills and Jennifer L. Selin, “Congressional Committee Staffs Have Shrunk. Here’s One Way Congress Makes Up the Difference” 14 June 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Max Ehrenfreund, “Yes, Congress is Getting Less Smart. No, It’s Not Trump’s Fault” 12 June 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • John Cassidy, “Jeremy Corbyn Is Surging by Using Bernie Sanders’s Playbook” 2 June 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Ryan Lizza, “How Climate Change Saved Steve Bannon’s Job” 2 June 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Karl Vick, “Family First: The Trials of Jared Kushner” 1 June 2017. Time (read)
  • Sam Stein, “While You Obsessed Over Trump’s Scandals, He’s Fundamentally Changed the Country” 31 May 2017. Huffington Post (read)
  • Jill Lepore, “The World That Trump And Ailes Built” 5 & 12 June 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Rebecca Solnit. “The Loneliness of Donald Trump” 30 May 2017. Literary Hub (read)
  • Stanley Greenberg, “The Democrats’ ‘Working-Class Problem'” 1 June 2017. The American Prospect (read)
  • Lincoln Blades, “White Male Terrorists Are an Issue We Should Discuss” 9 May 2017. Teen Vogue (read)
  • Kshama Sawant, “Seattle’s Union Members Don’t Have to Settle for Democrats” 24 May 2017. The Stranger (read)
  • Clio Chang, “How Republicans Are Blocking Cities From Raising the Minimum Wage” 16 May 2017. New Republic (read)
  • Will Wilkinson, “For Trump and G.O.P., the Welfare State Shouldn’t Be the Enemy” 28 May 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Melissa Harris-Perry, “How to Save the N.A.A.C.P. From Irrelevance” 30 May 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Jill Filipovic, “Are Women Allowed to Love Their Jobs?” 28 April 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Ryan Lizza, “Why Sally Yates Stood Up to Trump” 29 May 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Dexter Filkins, “James Mattis, A Warrior In Washington” 29 May 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Richard L. Hasen, “The Supreme Court May Just Have Given Voting Rights Activists A Powerful New Tool” 22 May 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Monica Lewinsky, “Roger Ailes’s Dream Was My Nightmare” 22 May 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Matthew Desmond, “How Homeownership Became the Engine of American Inequality” 9 May 2017. The New York Times Magazine (read)
  • Laura Smith, “How America Treats Working Moms Like Shit” May/June 2017. Mother Jones (read)
  • Garry Wills, “The Kingdom of Heaven” 12 June 1974. The New York Review of Books (read)
  • Daniel W. Drezner, “Just How Unusual is the Trump White House?” 9 May 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Emma Green, “It Was Cultural Anxiety That Drove White, Working-Class Voters to Trump” 9 May 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Robert P. Jones, “The Collapse of American Identity” 2 May 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Park MacDougald and Jason Willick, “The Man Who Invented Identity Politics for the New Right” 30 April 2017. New York Magazine (read)
  • Mark Wingfield, “How to Tell the Difference Between Religious Persecution and Selfishness” 2 May 2017. Dallas News (read)
  • Christopher Stroop, “Why Trumpvangelicals Don’t Need Ted Cruz: Conservative Christianity’s Authoritarian Streak” 6 April 2016. Religion Dispatches (read)
  • Russell Moore, “Why This Election Makes Me Hate the Word ‘Evangelical'” 29 February 2016. The Washington Post (read)
  • Jeff D. Colgan and Robert O. Keohane, “The Liberal Order Is Rigged” May/June 2017 Foreign Affairs (read)
  • Marcus H. Johnson, “The Far Left Is Still Out Of Touch With Black Voters” 27 April 2017. The Establishment (read)
  • Jeffrey Toobin, “The Dirty Trickster: Campaign Tips From the Man Who Has Done It All” 2 June 2008. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jeffrey Toobin, “Roger Stone and the Trump-Nixon Connection” 25 April 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Ryan Cooper, “Is There a Place for Pro-Life People in the Democratic Coalition?” 26 April 2017. The Week (read)
  • Kevin M. Kruse, “All the Presidents’ Taxes” 14 April 2017. Esquire (read)
  • Charles R. Kesler, “Donald Trump Is a Real Republican, and That’s a Good Thing” 26 April 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Luke Savage, “How Liberals Fell In Love With The West Wing” 18 April 2017. Current Affairs (read)
  • Jonah Goldberg, “The G-File” 22 April 2017. National Review (read)
  • Matt Taibbi, “Yikes! New Behind-the-Scenes Book Brutalizes the Clinton Campaign” 20 April 2017. Rolling Stone (read)
  • Shadi Hamid, “The End of the End of History” 15 November 2016. Foreign Policy (read)
  • Briean Beutler, “The Democrats’ Existential Crisis Won’t Resolve Itself” 20 April 2017. New Republic (read)
  • Jonathan Capehart, “Working-Class Whites Can’t Handle Their Status as ‘the New Minority'” 20 April 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Brent Satples, “Where Did All the Black Teachers Go?” 20 April 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Benjamin Wallace-Wells, “How Moderates Took Back Kansas” 31 March 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Sean Wilentz and Kevin Kruse, “Two Historians Discuss the 2016 Election” 12 April 2017. Princeton Alumni Weekly (read)
  • Rick Perlstein, “A Historian of Conservatism Looks Back at How He and His Peers Failed to Anticipate the Rise of the President” 11 April 2017. The New York Times Magazine (read)
  • Mike Konczal, “The Violence of Eviction” Summer 2016. Dissent (read)
  • Nicholas Kristof, “Hillary Clinton Free to Speak Her Mind” 8 April 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Amy Davidson, “Welcome to Jared Kushner’s World” 4 April 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • David Von Drehle, “What Will it Take to Rebuild America?” 30 March 2017. Time (read)
  • Sam Frizell, “Inside Chuck Schumer’s Plan to Take on Trump” 9 February 2017. Time (read)
  • The Editorial Board, “Paul Ryan, Brought Down to Size” 27 March 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Harold Pollack, “Paul Ryan Failed Because His Bill Was a Dumpster Fire” 25 March 2017. Politico Magazine (read)
  • Sean Trende, “Cruz, Trump and the Missing White Voters” 28 January 2016. Real Clear Politics (read)
  • Sean Trende, “The Case of the Missing White Voters” 8 November 2012. Real Clear Politics (read)
  • Ezra Klein, “How Paul Ryan Played Donald Trump” 24 March 2017. Vox (read)
  • Erick Erickson, “A President’s Credibility” 21 March 2017. The Wall Street Journal (read)
  • Molly Ball, “Kellyanne’s Alternative Universe: Will the Truth Ever Catch Up with Trump’s Most Skilled Spin Artist?” April 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Olivia Nuzzi, “Kellyanne Conway Is a Star” 18 March 2017. New York Magazine (read)
  • Jane Mayer, “The Reclusive Hedge-Fund Tycoon Behind the Trump Presidency” 27 March 2017. Thew New Yorker (read)
  • Jonathan Swan, “Trump Adviser Tells House Republicans: You’re No Longer Reagan’s Party” 23 November 2016. The Hill (read)
  • Sarah Jones, “J.D. Vance, the False Prophet of Blue America” 17 November 2016. New Republic (read)
  • Alex MacGillis, “How Paul Ryan Convinced Washington of His Genius” 13 September 2012. New Republic (read)
  • Brian Beutler, “The Republicans Did This to Themselves” 8 March 2017. New Republic (read)
  • Eliana Johnson, “Ryan Disappoints His Friends With Obamacare Replacement Bill” 8 March 2017. Politico (read)
  • Tyler Durden, “‘It’s A Train Wreck’: Conservative Groups Revolt Against GOP Healtcare Plan'” 7 March 2017. ZeroHedge (read)
  • Alana Semuels, “When Factory Jobs Vanish, Men Become Less Desirable Partners” 3 March 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Cathy Kunkel, “Losing West Virginia: Few States Better Illustrate the Contradictions and Failures of the Democratic Party than West Virginia” 6 March 2017. Jacobin (read)
  • Matt Stoller, “After the Fumble: Having Dominated the Democratic Party for Years, the Meritocrats Now Find Themselves in a State of Crisis” 1 March 2017. The Nation (read)
  • Kathryn Schulz, “What Calling Congress Achieves” 6 March 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • David Weigel, “Why Did Keith Ellison Lose the DNC Race?” 26 February 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Matthew Yglesias, “The Whole Democratic Party is Now a Smoking Pile of Rubble” 10 November 2016. Vox (read)
  • Micah L. Sifry, “Obama’s Lost Army” 9 February 2017. New Republic (read)
  • David Dayen, “Behind Closed Doors, Hillary Clinton Sympathized With Goldman Sachs Over Financial Reform” 11 October 2016. The Intercept (read)
  • Lee Fang and Zaid Jilani, “Memo Shows What Major Donors Like Goldman Sachs Want From Democratic Party” 11 October 2016. The Intercept (read)
  • Lee Fang, et al., “Excerpts of Hillary Clinton’s Paid Speeches to Goldman Sachs Finally Leaked” 7 October 2016. The Intercept (read)
  • Andy Kroll, “Haim Saban’s Not-So-Secret Agenda” November/December 2016. Mother Jones (read)
  • Connie Bruck, “The Influencer: An Entertainment Mogul Sets His Sights on Foreign Policy: Haim Saban” 10 May 2010. The New Yorker (read)
  • Matt Stoler, “DNC Chair Candidate Tom Perez’s Bank-Friendly Record Could Kneecap the Democratic Party” 22 February 2017. The Intercept (read)
  • Alex Shephard, “Establishment Democrats Just Won a Needless Proxy War” 25 February 2017. New Republic (read)
  • Glenn Greenwald, “Key Question About DNC Race: Why Did Obama White House Recruit Perez to Run Against Ellison?”24 February 2017. The Intercept (read)
  • Clio Chang, “The Case for Tom Perez Makes No Sense” 23 February 2017. New Republic (read)
  • Jen Psaki, “Democrats, Why Not Give Mayor Pete a Chance for DNC Chairman?” 23 February 2017. CNN (read)
  • Charles M. Blow, “The Death of Compassion” 23 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • “Ralph Nader Discusses the Progressive’s Response to the Conservative Agenda of the Trump Administration” 21 February 2017. PBS (watch/read)
  • Jonathan Lemire, “Trump Election Has Parallels to Andrew Jackson’s Presidency” 20 February 2017. Associated Press (read)
  • Michael Gerson, “The Terrible Consequences of Abandoning American Exceptionalism” 20 February 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Jennifer Steinhauer, “G.O.P.’s Grand Visions for Congress Now Look Like a Mirage” 16 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Alan Rappeport, “Andrew Puzder Withdraws From Consideration as Labor Secretary” 15 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Alan Rappeport, “Democrats Set Sights on Blocking Trump’s Labor Secretary Pick” 14 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Zack Beauchamp, “The 3 Trump-Russia Scandals, Explained” 15 February 2017. Vox (read)
  • Maggie Haberman, Matthew Rosenberg, Matt Apuzzo, and Glenn Thrush, “Michael Flynn Resigns as National Security Advisor” 13 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • David Sanger, Eric Schmitt, and Peter Baker, “Turmoil at the National Security Council, From the Top Down,” 12 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Sarah Hurwitz, “What Would Michelle Obama Do?” 11 February 2017. Politico Magazine (read)
  • Roger Olson, “Why Today’s U.S. Conservative Christianity is Really Liberal” 14 February 2017. Ethicsdaily.com (read)
  • Adam Gopnik, “Trump’s Radical Anti-Americanism” 13 & 20 February 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Richard D. Kahlenberg and Moshe Z. Marvit, “The Ugly History of ‘Right to Work'” 20 December 2012. Dissent (read)
  • David Corn, “Why Tom Perez Is a Strong Competitor Against Keith Ellison in the Democratic Party Race” 6 January 2017. Mother Jones (read)
  • Elena Schor and Rchael Bade, “Inside the Protest Movement that has Republicans Reeling” 10 February 2017. Politico (read)
  • David Von Drehle, “Is Steve Bannon the Second Most Powerful Man in the World?” 2 February 2017. Time (read)
  • Eliot A. Cohen, “A Clarifying Moment in American History” 29 January 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Goldberg, Jeffrey. “‘Even a Shining City on a Hill Needs Walls’: Senator Tom Cotton” 26 January 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Sarah Kendzior, “We’re Heading into Dark Times. This is How to be Your Own Light in the Age of Trump” November 2016. The Correspondent (read)
  • Sarah Kendzior, “Our Kids May Never Get the Chance to Know America” 19 January 2017. The Correspondent (read)
  • Jill Lepore, “The Atomic Origins of Climate Science” 20 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Robin Wright, “Trump’s Vainglorious Affront to the C.I.A.” 22 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Ezra Klein, “Keith Ellison on his DNC Vision, the Democrats’ Down-Ballot Collapse, and Identity Politics” 19 January 2017. The Ezra Klein Show podcast (listen or read)
  • Edward-Isaac Dovere, “Democrats in the Wilderness: Inside a Decimated Party’s Not-So-Certain Revival Strategy” 19 January 2017. Politico (read)
  • Benjamin Wallace-Wells, “An Emerging, and Very Pointed, Democratic Resistance” 19 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jeffrey A. Engel and Aaron S. Crawford, “No, Trump’s Presidency Won’t Be Unprecedented” 18 January 2017. The Dallas Morning News (read)
  • Karen Tumulty, “How Donald Trump came up with ‘Make America Great Again'” 18 January 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • Kevin Liptak, “Obama’s Parting Words: ‘We’re Going to Be Ok'” 19 January 2017. CNN (read)
  • George Packer, “President Obama’s Memorable Parting Words” 23 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Matt Stoller, “Democrats Can’t Win Until They Recognize How Bad Obama’s Financial Policies Were” 12 January 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • John Cassidy, “Obama’s Economic Record: An Assessment” 9 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Alec MacGillis, “The Democrats’ Fight Over Finance” 14 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • “Donald Trump’s News Conference: Full Transcript and Video” 11 January 2017. The New York Times (read/watch)
  • David Remnick, “Obama Reckons with a Trump Presidency” 28 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Vinson Cunningham, “Obama Says Goodbye” 11 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • President Obama’s Farewell Address, 10 January 2017 (read/watch)
  • Cornel West, “Pity the Sad Legacy of Barack Obama” 9 January 2017. The Guardian (read)
  • John Cassidy, “Jared Kushner’s Trumpian Divestment” 10 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Susanner Craig and Maggie Haberman, “Jared Kushner Will Sell Many of His Assets, but Ethics Lawyers Worry” 9 January 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Elizabeth Kolbert, “Suspending the Rules: How Congress Plans to Undermine Public Safety” 9 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Evan Osnos, “Senate Republicans Gut the Confirmation Process” 10 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Publius Decius Mus, “The Flight 93 Election” 5 September 2016. Claremont Review of Books (read)
  • Robert Leonard, “Why Rural America Voted for Trump” 5 January 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Lincoln Caplan, “The Growing Gap Between the U.S. and the International Anti-Death-Penalty Consensus” 31 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jeffrey Toobin, “The Strange Case of the American Death Penalty” 21 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Kelefa Sanneh, “Intellectuals for Trump” 9 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jelani Cobb, “The Return of Civil Disobedience” 9 January 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • Sean McElwee, “Hope for 2017: Six Policy Ideas That Can Lay The Groundwork For A More Progressive America” 1 January 2017. Salon (read)
  • David Axelrod, “President Barack Obama Interview”26 December 2016. The Axe Files (listen)
  • Maria Konnikova, “The Psychology Research That Helps Explain The Election” 25 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jeff Shesol, “Will Trump Be Reaganesque In All The Wrong Ways?” 22 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • William Finnegan, “Trump Against The American Worker” 13 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • John Cassidy, “Ayn Rand and Corporate Tax Cuts Won’t Mend the Economy” 22 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Josh Barro, “8 Ideas for Democrats to Beat Donald Trump  on Jobs and Wages” 21 December 2016. Business Insider (read)
  • John Light, “Chatting With Trump Supporters” 19 December 2016. Moyers & Company (read)
  • Moira Weigel, “Political Correctness: How the Right Invented a Phantom Enemy” 30 November 2016. The Guardian (read)
  • “Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda” (read)
  • Charles Bethea, “The Crowd-Sourced Guide to Fighting Trump’s Agenda” 16 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Edward-Isaac Dovere, “How Clinton Lost Michigan–And Blew the Election” 14 December 2016. Politico (read)
  • Eric Foner, “American Radicals and the Change We Could Believe In” 14 December 2016. The Nation (read)
  • Rebeecca Mead, “Betsy Devos and the Plan to Break Public Schools” 14 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates, “My President Was Black” January/February 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Cedric Johnson, “An Open Letter to Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Liberals Who Love Him” 3 February 2016. Jacobin (read)
  • Ta-Nehisi Coates, “Why Precisely Is Bernie Sanders Against Reparations?” 19 January 2016. The Atlantic (read)
  • Jacob T. Levy, “The Defense of Liberty Can’t Do Without Identity Politics” 13 December 2016. No Virtue (read)
  • Alex Ross, “The Frankfurt School Knew Trump Was Coming” 5 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Thomas J. Sugrue, “Donald Trump Says He Wants To Fix Cities. Ben Carson Will Make Them Worse” 6 December 2016. The Washington Post (read)
  • Timothy Shenk, “Booked: The End of Managerial Liberalism, with K. Sabeel Rahman” 20 November 2016. Dissent (read)
  • Daniel T. Rodgers, “What Next For Liberalism?” Winter 2017. Democracy (read)
  • Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, “Now Is The Time to Talk About What We Are Actually Talking About” 2 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Mike Konczal, “Learning from Trump in Retrospect” 1 December 2016. Medium (read)
  • Hadley Freeman, “‘Don’t Play Identity Politics!’ The Primal Scream Of The Straight White Male” 2 December 2016. The Guardian (read)
  • Ezekiel Kweku, “Skin In The Game: How To Beat White Nationalism At The Polls” 17 November 2016. MTV News (read)
  • Carol Anderson, “Donald Trump Is The Result of White Rage, Not Economic Anxiety” 16 November 2016. Time (read)
  • Jamelle Bouie, “Keep Hope Alive” 27 November 2016. Slate (read)
  • Rich Lowry, “No, The Swamp Won’t Be Drained” 1 December 2016. Politico Magazine (read)
  • Julie Hirschfeld Davis, Binyamin Appelbaum, and Maggie Haberman, “Steven Mnuchin Is Donald Trump’s Expected Choice for Treasury Secretary” 29 November 2016. The New York Times (read)
  • Molly Ball, “Why Hillary Clinton Lost” 15 November 2016. The Atlantic (read)
  • John Fea, “Has the Bonhoeffer Moment Arrived” 29 November 2016. The Way of Improvement Leads Home (read)
  • John Fea, “The No. 1 Reason Evangelicals Still Put Their Hopes In Trump” 9 August 2016. Religion News Service (read)
  • Jane Mayer, “Donald Trump’s Ghostwriter Tells All” 25 July 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jason Zengerle, “Bernie Sanders on Donald Trump’s Victory, Identity Politics, and the Failures of the Democratic Party” 23 November 2016. GQ (read)
  • Konstantin Killibarda and Daria Roithmayr, “The Myth of the Rust Belt Revolt” 1 December 2016. Slate (read)
  • Kirk Noden, “Why Do White Working-Class People Vote Against Their Interests? They Don’t” 17 November 2016. The Nation (read)
  • Maggie Severns and Theodoric Meyer, “House Democrats Lament Blue-Collar Collapse” 18 November 2016. Politico (read)
  • Jonathan Wilson, “Identity and the Founders: A Response to Mark Lilla” 21 November 2016. The Junto (read)
  • Mark Lilla, “The End of Identity Liberalism” 18 November 2016. The New York Times (read)
  • Benjamin Wallace-Wells, “Trump’s Populism is Not Just a Western Phenomenon” 16 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Ajay Singh Chaudhary and Raphaële Chappe, “The Supermanagerial Reich” 7 November 2016. Los Angeles Review of Books (read)
  • Jill Lepore, “A Fractured Nation” 14 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • John Cassidy, “Donald Trump’s Great Bait and Switch” 14 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Nicholas Lemann and Matthew Conlen, “How to Save the Democratic Party” 14 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Joan C. Williams, “What So Many People Don’t Get About the U.S. Working Class” 10 November 2016. Harvard Business Review (read)
  • Larissa MacFarquhar, “Learning Trump Won, In West Virginia,” 10 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)

  • Nicholas Schmidle, “Glenn Beck Tries Out Decency” 14 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Amy Davidson. “Donald Trump’s Stunning Win” 9 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • John Cassidy, “Two Americas: Why Trump Still Has A Lot Of Support” 2 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Jelani Cobb, “Donald Trump and the Death of American Exceptionalism” 4 November 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Kelefa Sanneh, “Untangling the Immigration Debate” 31 October 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • George Packer, “Hillary Clinton and the Populist Revolt” 31 October 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Matt Stoller, “How Democrats Killed Their Populist Soul” 24 October 2016. The Atlantic (read)
  • Elizabeth Dias, “The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Child-Care Problem” 13 October 2016. Time (read)
  • Alec Macgillis, “The Original Underclass: Poor White Americans” September 2016. The Atlantic (read)
  • Jill Lepore, “Richer and Poorer” 9 March 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Victor Tan Chen, “All Hollowed Out: The Lonely Poverty of America’s White Working Class” 16 January 2016. The Atlantic (read)
  • Ezra Klein, “Obama Derangement Syndrome” 23 February 2015. Vox (read)
  • Grover G. Norquist, “Defunding the Democratic Party” 29 March 2014. The American Spectator (read)
  • Eliana Johnson, “Inside the Koch-Funded Ads Giving Dems Fits” 31 March 2014. National Review (read)
  • Lisa Belkin, “The Opt-Out Revolution” 7 August 2013. The New York Times Magazine (read)
  • Frank Rich, “The Tea Party Will Win in the End” 14 October 2012. New York Magazine (read)
  • Anne-Marie Slaughter, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” July/August 2012. The Atlantic (read)
  • Juli Weiner, “West Wing Babies” April 2012. Vanity Fair (read)
  • S. C. Gwynne, “Genius: Karl Rove” March 2003. Texas Monthly (read)
  • Richard Rhodes, “Cupcake Land: Requiem for the Midwest in the Key of Vanilla” November 1987. Harper’s Magazine (read)
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