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Thus, the facts of the case against Trump are there to be recognized by Frum, a senior editor at The Atlantic (full disclosure: also a mentor to this reviewer), although no one else has recognized them so systematically and arranged them so convincingly.
The embryo of this book was Frum’s Atlantic essay, “How to Build An Autocracy” that appeared after Trump took office.
The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens Dickens takes us into the harsh Victorian-era reality of British industrialization. Britain's War Machine, by David Edgerton; and The Wages of Destruction, by Adam Tooze We live in an accordion economy: the 1% of the 1%, whose rate of gain since 1980 has recreated in this new century the concentrated wealth once supposed to have vanished with the Great Crash and New Deal.
Americans will do anything for Canada except read about it.
Chris Mooney is a journalist focused on the intersection of science and politics.
In the Shadow of the Sword by Tom Holland Although he turns out to be not a reliable dating coach, Proust is, believe it or not, a very biting comedian - and a very astute observer of politics. One thing he wants to debunk at the very outset: that stagnated wages are a result of low-skilled immigrants.
The right and left, he contends, differ in more ways than just opinion.
On the eve of Civil War, Abraham Lincoln told the story of an Eastern monarch who “once charged his wise men to invent him a sentence, to be ever in view, and which should be true and appropriate in all times and situations.
They presented him the words: ‘And this, too, shall pass away.’” Today this melancholy prophecy may seem alarmist, considering that the American republic is no longer beset by the supreme challenge of secession and disunion.
But the present derangement of our politics behooves us to recall the Eastern counselors’ wisdom at a time when few know the predicament we are in.
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It warned that the president’s character and behavior were standing dangers to the republic’s norms and laws, which Trump — in league with a supine Republican Congress — would endeavor to subvert to secure protection for his schemes of self-enrichment.