SOURCE: The Nation
How the "Third Way" Made Neoliberal Politics Seem Inevitable
by Lily Geismer
The Third Way never presented a coherent case for what it stood for or how it might balance the roles of the market and the state. But it led to a generational reworking of the role if government and a sidelining of mass political movements.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Review: Lily Geismer's Denunciation of Clintonism Ignores Clear Economic Improvement
by David Greenberg
Historian Lily Geismer's book is meant as a sharp criticism of Clintonian economic policy, but ignores the broad range of policies and the record of reduced poverty, says one reviewer.
Will White Liberals Keep Faith With This Historical Moment?
by Elwood Watson
White liberal allies to today's Black protest movements must dig in for the long haul and remember the words of Audre Lorde: "The war against dehumanization is ceaseless."
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