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Trump, Impeachment, and the Question of Democratic Legitimacy

To allow Trump to continue to act as if he has legitimacy is simply to continue to legitimate him and his party

And the zeitgeist seems to be turning against the billionaire class. 
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A reflection on working with the transgenerational transmission of trauma

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, more Democrats had a favorable view of socialism than capitalism. Democratic socialists 
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When Child Welfare Intrusion Makes Reproductive Freedom an Illusion

Mothers entangled in the ACS do not fully enjoy this freedom

"My administration has made the creation of a space force a national security issue."
 showing majority support and the Green New Deal being approved by a  READ MORE →
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How Banning Abortion Will Transform America

The US will quickly become a different society -- one resembling communist-era Romania

Trump campaign starts selling plastic drinking straws
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On logistics and mediated environments

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Trump signs 'Space Force' directive
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We really do need to jumpstart innovation in the straw space.

Unpacking the electoral performance of Europe's nationalist right

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The Trap Trump is Laying
— Brad Parscale (@parscale)
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“There’s something that’s been lost in the last 40 years.”
Confrontation Over the Occupation of the Embassy of Venezuela
 and 136,000 for one titled “
The New “Infrastructure Deal” is a Political Disaster
 that the FBI is arresting the perpetrators in less than 1 percent of malicious cyberattacks.
, Brad Parscale, President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign manager,
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And the zeitgeist seems to be turning against the billionaire class. 
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Permanent Mystifications

The Story of Post-Conceptual Art in Slovakia

 that helped propel her to an upset victory in New York’s congressional primary.
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 that the FBI is arresting the perpetrators in less than 1 percent of malicious cyberattacks.
"My administration has made the creation of a space force a national security issue."
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Imani Perry’s 'Looking for Lorraine' Review

Executives from Purdue
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How to Do It

Sex Education and the “Sex Life”

, have announced that they're eliminating plastic straws.
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— Ian Sams (@IanSams)
We really do need to jumpstart innovation in the straw space.
We really do need to jumpstart innovation in the straw space.
— Ian Sams (@IanSams)

Public Seminar ReviewVolume 1, Issue 2
Second Semester/Summer 2014

The second semester of the Public Seminar is over, and the papers are now in, presented in this our second issue. Here you find short and long essays, supplemented by visual presentations around five major themes: Capitalism and its Alternatives, Democracy and its Enemies, Identities, the Arts and Literature, and Media, Memory and Miscellaneous. Note, though, that the pieces in fact address each other between and among these categories, as they consider “fundamental problems of the human condition and pressing problems of the day, using the broad resources of social research,” staying true to the mission statement of Public Seminar, and to the scholarly and public project of our academic home, The New School for Social Research. -Jeffrey Goldfarb

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