Articles in politics tagged with democracy

Jan-Werner Müller

Basic norms exist for political parties; Republicans don’t meet them.

Reed Hundt Joshua Cohen

Part two of a conversation on voter turnout, vote counting, and what we can expect now. 

Matt Lord

COVID-19 is not just a public health crisis. It is also a crisis of public reason.

Michael Gecan

The only antidote to despair over national politics will be to generate and expand new solutions at local, state, and regional levels.

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Samuel Clowes Huneke

West German witchcraft trials after World War II reveal how political rupture can fuel magical thinking. What lessons might we draw for our own age of QAnon conspiracies, anti-vaccination, and strange COVID-19 cures?

Alberto Toscano

A debate is roiling about the aptness of comparing Trump to European fascists. But radical Black thinkers have long argued that racial slavery created its own unique form of American fascism.

Julie C. Suk

Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation is a sham, but it is one the Constitution allows. There’s only one way out of this crisis: we must amend.

Reed Hundt Joshua Cohen

Donald Trump's winning strategy.

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Boston Review

Rejecting market fundamentalism, Rethinking Political Economy will provide space for advancing alternatives—in theory, politics, and policy—to the neoliberalism of the last forty years.

Daniel Carpenter

U.S. democracy and the U.S. postal service share a long, entangled history. An attack against one signals an attack against the other.