Trumpism is inherently chaotic, Mike Davis argues, and won’t last long, while the emergence of the Bernie Sanders movement has the potential to transform American politics.

Plus Joan Walsh looks at how Hillary lost women voters she needed, and what comes next for feminist politics.

Also, Kai Wright revisits Trump supporters on Long Island, and reconsiders the place of race in America since Obama’s 2008 Philadelphia speech on race.

And Adam Shatz argues the vote in the Rust Belt shows Hillary never should have been the Democratic candidate; but, he says, Bernie Sanders couldn’t have beaten Trump either.

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