Author: Paul Campos

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The devil’s workshop

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On May 31, 2019
I recently wrote an academic article on the 25th Amendment, which will be published in a few months, and while doing the research I was struck by a couple of things. First, the wishful thinking during the first few months of Trump’s term about how he was about to or had actually just “become president,” […]
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Radical reactionaries

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On May 28, 2019
Something many people on the American left, broadly defined, have trouble accepting is that their opponents are reactionaries. They aren’t just people who, for example, don’t like to pay taxes because they prefer having more money to living in a less unjust society, or who support white supremacy and patriarchy simply because they have defective […]

The 2020 election

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On May 27, 2019

As on this Memorial Day we contemplate the thought that millions of soldiers and their loved ones suffered the horrors of war to protect the freedom of their fellow citizens to put someone like Donald

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