Wasting wealth on frivolities and perversion is contemptible in a family; should we not scorn it even more strongly when an entire society does it?
Matt Stoller’s Goliath: The 100-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Populism charts the shifts in American attitudes toward corporate consolidation.
Like AOC, Vito Marcantonio divided members of Congress, leading a small coterie of far-leftists while personifying the enemy to conservatives and moderates.
They are forgetting the separation of powers.
In his book ‘A Debt against the Living,’ lan Wurman makes a compelling case for constitutional originalism.
Historian Timothy Lombardo looks at the rise of populist conservatives in a city run by the Democratic machine.