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Newsweek
The ’60s are back, and they’re pissed offthen as now, that American life has fogged over with opalescent falsities, that
The ’60s are back, and they’re pissed off
Newsweek / Posted 5 hours ago
then as now, that American life has fogged over with opalescent falsities, that we need the purifying burn of truth. In the ’60s, truth might have come from Timothy Leary and Abbie Hoffman or, if you leaned right, the stern soliloquies of... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Supreme Court After ScaliaCourt legacy comparable to that of Richard Nixon, who filled four vacancies in
The Supreme Court After Scalia
The New Yorker / Posted 3 days ago
Court legacy comparable to that of Richard Nixon, who filled four vacancies in a little more than two years, or Ronald Reagan, who filled four vacancies in seven years, or Dwight Eisenhower, who filled five vacancies in five years. The... Read more
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The New Yorker
President Trump’s First Termof seventy-one. If he wins the election, he will be America’s oldest first-term
President Trump’s First Term
The New Yorker / Posted 10 days ago
of seventy-one. If he wins the election, he will be America’s oldest first-term President, seven months older than Ronald Reagan was at his swearing-in. Reagan used humor to deflect attention from his age—in 1984, he promised not to “exploit, for... Read more
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The Atlantic
When Donald Meets Hillary: Who Will Win the Debates?Nixon looked terrible, which is also true—and that this visual difference had a
When Donald Meets Hillary: Who Will Win the Debates?
The Atlantic / Posted 16 days ago
Nixon looked terrible, which is also true—and that this visual difference had an unexpected electoral effect. As Theodore H. White described it in his hugely influential book The Making of the President 1960, which has set the model for campaign... Read more
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The New Yorker
The State of the Presidential Debatea format that is more generally known as a parallel press conference. ABC refus
The State of the Presidential Debate
The New Yorker / Posted 16 days ago
a format that is more generally known as a parallel press conference. ABC refused to call the event a “debate”—the network billed it, instead, as a “joint appearance”—but everyone else did. Sixty-six million Americans watched Nixon scowl, and the... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Presidential winner could reshape U.S. Supreme Court with appointmentsof openings on the U.S. Supreme Court, which could reshape the court ideologica
Presidential winner could reshape U.S. Supreme Court with appointments
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 24 days ago
of openings on the U.S. Supreme Court, which could reshape the court ideologically in a way not seen since President Ronald Reagan named three conservative justices in the 1980s. “The court is really important in this election, but mainly because... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
GOP changes in store after Election Day — win or lose, Trump or no TrumpIt could win the election and lose its identity. “A Trump win would hasten the
GOP changes in store after Election Day — win or lose, Trump or no Trump
The Arizona Republic / Posted 1 months ago
It could win the election and lose its identity. “A Trump win would hasten the demise of the party as we know it,’’ says William F. B. O'Reilly, a New York Republican consultant. Or a Trump loss, especially a big one, could call into question... Read more
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USA Today
GOP changes in store after Election Day — win or lose, Trump or no TrumpIt could win the election and lose its identity. “A Trump win would hasten the
GOP changes in store after Election Day — win or lose, Trump or no Trump
USA Today / Posted 1 months ago
It could win the election and lose its identity. “A Trump win would hasten the demise of the party as we know it,’’ says William F. B. O'Reilly, a New York Republican consultant. Or a Trump loss, especially a big one, could call into question... Read more

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