by Robert Brent Toplin
The Republican response to the election results is a lesson in the mental mechanics of cognitive dissonance.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
The anthropologist James Suzman's book evaluates the ravages of modern capitalist civilization – in particular, the institution of work – on individual and collective psychology.
SOURCE: Boston Review
by Jonathan M. Metzl
Appeals to the fears and resentments of White voters are a predictable part of our politics. Why does it remain difficult to fight those appeals?
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