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Neoliberalism news and analysis from The Nation
June 1, 2021
The Return of the Sensible Liberal
If someone wants you six feet under, meeting in the middle still puts you three feet deep.
May 28, 2021
The GOP Can’t Be Saved—and Neither Can Paul Ryan
Ryan has become the latest Republican to urge his party to relinquish Trumpism and return to its principled past. The problem is, that past doesn’t exist.
May 4, 2021
Can Capitalism Be Fixed?
In his new book, Branko Milanovic charts what has gone wrong with contemporary capitalism while also insisting we must reconcile ourselves to its contradictions.
April 12, 2021
The Tiredness Virus
Covid-19 has driven us into a collective fatigue.
March 23, 2021
Ambassador Rahm Emanuel? No, No, a Thousand Times No!
His Chicago record is disqualifying, as is his history of dogmatic advocacy for neoliberal trade policies that harm workers and human rights.
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February 19, 2021
How Can We Revive Herd Immunity to Fascism?
There is a clear correlation between the neoliberal onslaught that started in the 1980s and the rise of neofascism and religious fundamentalism.
February 8, 2021
Larry Summers Is Still Worth Ignoring
Shut out of power, the onetime wunderkind tries to grab the spotlight with an attention-getting argument.
February 4, 2021
In India, Farmers Are Resisting Narendra Modi’s Propaganda Machine
The government is using a pliant media and its social-media warriors to paint protesting farmers as secessionists.
January 21, 2021
Trump Has Left the Building, but the Foundations Are Still in Place
Attention has rightly been paid to his malign influence. But the shift to the right started before his presidency, and promises to continue after it.
January 13, 2021
Trump Will Be Gone Soon. Now Comes the Hard Part.
Democracy will not survive if we don’t change the ruinous establishment policies—by both parties—that brought the country to this moment.
Robert L. Borosage