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The New FDR?

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On April 13, 2021

Eric Rauchway is perhaps the finest working historian on the New Deal. He sees interesting parallels between Roosevelt and Biden, as this interview with Greg Sargent shows. Sargent: In the 1932 electi

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Biden’s Amazon Speech

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On March 2, 2021
I didn’t comment on this yesterday because I was busy, among other things, doing media spots about it. But if you haven’t seen Biden’s speech in support of the Amazon workers, watch it. Workers in Alabama – and all across America – are voting on whether to organize a union in their workplace. It’s a […]

The First 100 Days

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On November 9, 2020

Assuming Mitch McConnell and Brett Kavanaugh allow for a transfer of power, the first 100 days of Biden’s administration look extremely interesting. Usually I look at these agendas pretty askanc

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Why Biden Won the Nomination

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On August 22, 2020
This is a bizarre story about why Biden won the nomination. But he never wavered from his central message: that President Trump was a danger to American values, while he was a stable, experienced leader who represented his party’s strongest option for the general election. Nor did he succumb to the purity tests on policy […]
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