SOURCE: The Atlantic
by John S. Huntington and Lawrence Glickman
The authors endorse the term "counterrevolution" for a repeated pattern of political mobilization among White Americans combining distrust of democracy, apocalyptic rhetoric about the effects of racial equality, and the endorsement of antidemocratic and violent means to halt change.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Caroline E. Janney
The South’s mythology glamorized a noble defeat. Trump backers may do the same.
SOURCE: Made By History at The Washington Post
by Brian Tochterman
As a vigilante film, “Joe” inaugurated a genre that exploded onto screens in the 1970s.
by Kevin C. O'Leary
We are stuck with two major parties and when one party abandons the broad liberal-conservative center, the system stops working.
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