Start Making Sense: How Bernie Went From Trailing by Double Digits to Tying in Iowa

Start Making Sense: How Bernie Went From Trailing by Double Digits to Tying in Iowa

Start Making Sense: How Bernie Went From Trailing by Double Digits to Tying in Iowa

Plus our Super Bowl concussion preview with David Zirin.

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Gary Younge says Donald Trump is not a uniquely American phenomenon but part of a broader Western European phenomenon of white, nativist responses to globalization, immigration and terrorism.

Joan Walsh analyzes the Republicans after Trump’s second-place finish—as the party establishment has a chance to reassert itself.

John Nichols explains how Bernie went from 50 points behind to tie Hillary in Iowa—and what she is doing to change course.

And, as the Super Bowl approaches, David Zirin has some unkind words about the NFL’s claims that its “Head Health Initiative” has reduced concussions.

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