A Political and Literary Forum
Opting out, as Trump has done with the White House, is a neoliberal habit. But who bears the cost?
Trump's inauguration featured no poetry. We fixed that.
A reckless foreign policy could bring ruin at home and abroad.
Islamophobia is a shared project of the Democrat and Republican parties, long preceding the rise of white nationalism and Trump.
John R. Bowen, Aziz Rana
No poet captures the feeling of political failure—of having lost an unfair fight—like W. B. Yeats.
A pluralistic democracy is built on debate, disagreement, and wakeful action. This forum begins the conversation.
Junot Díaz dissects Donald Trump's misogynist rhetoric and the larger societal forces that make it possible.
Moralistic or not, misogyny is not about hating women. It is about controlling them.
European analogies abound, but the GOP frontrunner is homegrown.
Trump will have done real damage even if he doesn't win.
Donald Trump’s backers force the U.S. to confront its long-submerged id.
The GOP frontrunner thrives on his opponents’ outrage.
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Shellyne Rodriguez, Billy Anania
David Theo Goldberg
Carmen Lea Dege
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