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Justin H. Vassallo is a writer and researcher who specializes in party systems and ideology, political economy, American political development, and modern Europe.
A sweeping new history of U.S. capitalism finds that economic gains have always been driven by the state.
Justin H. Vassallo
As we confront rightwing extremism in our own time, the history of American fascist sympathy reveals a legacy worth reckoning with.
A new history charts the global legacy of Fordist mass production, tracing its appeal to political formations on both the left and the right.
Without pressure from social movements, they won’t produce meaningful and deeply needed reform.
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