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We’re Gonna Party Like It’s 1929: The Rise of The New European Right

Whether it’s on the right or on the left, voters usually have a fundamental aversion to backing complex policy solutions and to lending their support to anything that requires either personal sacrifice or incremental change. Whether it’s Reagan’s borrowed vision… Read More ›

Southern Discomforts

by Drew Gibson My interest piqued this morning when I saw a link to a BBC News Magazine article on the current fiscal crisis in Europe with the sub-header: “Lessons from US history for the crisis-hit eurozone.” I assumed the… Read More ›