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Why fascism in Post-Trump America isn't going away

Why fascism in Post-Trump America isn't going away

Update: 2021-01-2814
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Vox's Sean Illing talks to Yale professor and author Jason Stanley about why American democracy provides such fertile soil for fascism, how Donald Trump demonstrated how easy it was for our country to flirt with a fascist future and what we can do about it.

Correction 2/1: Professor Stanley suggested in this conversation that West Virginia declined to expand the Medicaid option in 2013. In fact, the state did expand the program and has gradually added enrollment since 2013.

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Susie Claire PH

Amazing interview!! Finally Trump and the current actions by the GOP make sense.

Feb 2nd
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Sya Oberhausen

"Donald Trump" is a reality TV persona. Fascism isn't an redneck ideology but a State System. Social sciences Zumm kotzen! 🤖

Jan 28th
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Christopher Greggs

Love the content of this feed! The engineering on this is lacking. Running this podcast through some light audio repair to remove mouth clicks, harsh sibilance via de-essing, etc would do wonders for the production value. The absence of these makes the recording a little hard to listen to because of the harsh frequencies. I know i'm being "that guy" but 15 minutes of some blanket audio repair would go a long way. Keep the great content coming!. Big fan.

Jan 28th
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Why fascism in Post-Trump America isn't going away

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