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Hard to argue with the data: Things have taken a turn against the GOP as the midterm elections approach. We discuss how, and why, and...

Maybe geographic “sorting,” in which like-minded people tend to herd themselves into politically homogeneous communities, is to blame. Maybe social media and the caustic, stubborn...
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Since modern progressive liberalism has existed, its adherents have longed to see the flexibility afforded to political leaders during wartime extend to matters off the...
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It has come to this. This week, an American president—a Republican, at that—found himself on the receiving end of a blistering lecture on the virtues...
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In the Sunday New York Times, Harvard University lecturer Yascha Mounk diagnosed the problems associated with nationalism, which he sees as too tainted by bigotry...

The first COMMENTARY Podcast of the week explores the political philosophy behind Donald Trump’s preferred trade policies. Does the European consensus on the value of...