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Dispatches From the Culture Wars – Who Do You Trust Edition

November 21, 2017
By 
Portside (November 21, 2017)

Nailing neoliberalism; Scandals du jour; More Moore; Far right entrenched; Panic at Pt Richmond; Kids are (better than) alright


	
		What Exactly is Neoliberalism? – Kean Birch (The Conversation)
	
		Liberals and Sexual Harassment – Amy Davidson Sorkin (New Yorker)
	
		The Republicans Already Are the Party of Roy Moore—With or Without Him – Jeet Heer (New Republic)
	
		After Trump – Frank Rich (New York)
	
		Anti-Military Pamphlet Causes Concern at Port Richmond High School – Annalise Knudson (Staten Island Advance)
	
		“It Is the Young People Who Will Free Us”: Resisting Militarized Violence, from Honduras to Chicago – Gaspar Sánchez and Veronica Morris-Moore (In These Times)


	What Exactly is Neoliberalism?
By Kean Birch
	November 2, 2017
	The Conversation
	
	How do we use a term like “neoliberalism” when so many people have such different understandings of what it means?
	 
Liberals and Sexual Harassment
By Amy Davidson Sorkin
November 27, 2017
	New Yorker
	
	Al Franken, Roy Moore, and a test for the Democratic Party.
	
The Republicans Already Are the Party of Roy Moore—With or Without Him
By Jeet Heer
	November 16, 2017
	New Republic
There's little the GOP can do to reverse course under Trump.
	 
After Trump
By Frank Rich
	November 13, 2017
	New York
Liberals ecstatic over this month’s election must not forget: Even after this demagogue is finished, a new one will rise in his place.
	
Anti-Military Pamphlet Causes Concern at Port Richmond High School
By Annalise Knudson
	November 15, 2017
	Staten Island Advance
A disabled veteran from the War Resisters League spoke to students during a 12th grade social studies classes.
	
“It Is the Young People Who Will Free Us”: Resisting Militarized Violence, from Honduras to Chicago
By Gaspar Sánchez and Veronica Morris-Moore
	In These Times
	
	A transnational conversation between organizers.
	 

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