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Universal Lessons from Illinois’s Fair Tax Failure: How a Rich Minority Wins the Majority Vote

By looking at what happened in Illinois, we can distill broader political factors that are applicable across the country.
/ November 19, 2020

more on Inequality

Waiting for a Vaccine and the Collaborative Research Alternative

/ October 16, 2020

Waiting for a Vaccine: Killing for Inequality

/ October 11, 2020

The Rise in Material Hardship Among Working-Class Whites and How It Could Impact the 2020 Election

The rise in material hardship among lower-income whites without college degrees will likely make it harder for Trump to hold on to these important swing voters in the election.
, and / October 27, 2020

more on Coronavirus

Waiting for a Vaccine and the Collaborative Research Alternative

/ October 16, 2020

Waiting for a Vaccine: Killing for Inequality

/ October 11, 2020

Bolivians Reclaim Their Democracy

The overwhelming MAS election victory is a repudiation of the racist coup regime as well as the Trump administration and the OAS, which helped install it.
/ THE NATION / October 21, 2020

more on Latin America and the Caribbean

Bolivian Elections Live Blog

October 18, 2020

Why a DC Public Relations Firm Pretended to Be Bolivian on Facebook

/ October 05, 2020
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Lo que la OEA le hizo a Bolivia

Bolivia ha caído en una pesadilla de represión política y violencia estatal racista desde que el gobierno de Evo Morales, elegido democráticamente, fue derrocado por los militares el 10 de noviembre.
/ September 18, 2020 18 Septiembre 2020

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Juicios políticos y vetos electorales en la batalla por la democracia en Ecuador

/ September 18, 2020 18 Septiembre 2020

Observando a los observadores: La OEA y las elecciones bolivianas de 2019

and y / June 11, 2020 11 Junio 2020

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Universal Lessons from Illinois’s Fair Tax Failure: How a Rich Minority Wins the Majority Vote

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