The South already lost the Civil War. Why are Trump’s opponents so interested in restarting it?
America’s most notorious modern extremist movement collapsed after Charlottesville. But did it succeed in making its ideas mainstream?
Biden’s Justice Department views Trump as a traitor. It views Trump’s supporters the same way.
The populist wave is receding, leaving neoliberal elites in charge of both parties and a beleaguered working class out in the cold
The latest effort to censor information damaging to Democrats and the oligarchs they serve masquerades as concern for teenage girls
You’re struggling to understand where all this vaccine hesitancy comes from. Let me help you.
What has led so many Trump supporters to believe that the 2020 election was fraudulent and, more generally, to lose faith and trust in most U.S. institutions of authority.
Insurrectionists, white supremacists, and domestic Muslim terrorists are all the same people—us
How three media delusions from the Trump era are still ruining everything
How the German sociologist’s theory of charisma explains the effect of social media on modern politics
Will the new administration revert to the foreign policy of an old one?
Political grifter Steve Schmidt used homophobia to distract from his own sins—and everyone just let him get away with it
Why the historical significance of the storming of Washington is still in our hands
The mob assault on the Capitol is simply another entry in the catalog of American decline
Americans want life to feel normal again. It’s been a while.
Early exit polls indicate that Democratic attitudes toward this summer’s civil unrest may have been costly
Lessons to be learned from the diverging political paths of Asian and Hispanic Americans
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