Originally published 09/19/2017
Appealing to voters' tribal instincts is a time-honored American tradition. Because it works.
Originally published 09/08/2017
One line of attack: He’s playing into the hands of a well-funded conservative campaign to highlight examples of political correctness that distract us from real injustices.
Originally published 12/12/2016
Is Mark Lilla right that liberals need to get beyond identity politics? And just what do we mean by identity politics anyway?
Originally published 12/01/2016
Lilla, a historian at Columbia, argued that the Democratic Party has lost its way by focusing on identity politics.
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