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Category: Election 2020

A Letter to Trump Voters

by Ralph Nader | Feb 15, 2020 | Election 2020, Politics

I want to address this note to Trump supporters and others who may be considering voting for him. You are the ones stereotyped by critics as being all alike in your hatreds, resentments, closed minds, prejudices, and fears. While you may hoot and holler at his mass rallies, people like you defy these stereotypes back […]

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Trump Ohio

Ohio Voters Gave Trump an Eight-Point Margin in the Last Election. What Will They Do in 2020?

by Dudley Althaus | Nov 2, 2019 | Election 2020

The scarcely 22,000 voters of Ohio’s Ottawa County, nestled on the south shore of Lake Erie, have picked the winning presidential candidate for more than half a century, rarely straying more than a few points off dead center. The county’s largely working-class voters twice favored George W. Bush by between two and four points and […]

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Montana Plains

Montana Voters Offer Useful Intelligence

by Richard Brodsky | Sep 30, 2019 | Election 2020

For New Yorkers, summer travel to Montana has intrinsic worth: scenery, family, climate, and a break from the routine we create for ourselves. It is also an opportunity to see the world through a different set of eyes. Those eyes in Montana are cast firmly on the 2020 presidential election to precisely the same extent […]

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Wealth Tax

Yes, Increase Taxes on the Ultrarich, but What’s the Best Way to Do It?

by Steven Pressman | Sep 29, 2019 | Economy, Election 2020

During the most recent Democratic presidential debate, Elizabeth Warren vigorously defended her proposal for a new type of tax in the United States—an annual tax on wealth. “It’s time to tax the top one-tenth of 1 percent fortunes in this country,” she said. Indeed, the very rich do need to pay higher taxes. Their tax […]

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Elizabeth Warren

The Heart and Mind of a Democrat

by Hamilton Fish | Feb 4, 2019 | Election 2020, Politics

On the last day of 2018, Elizabeth Warren became the first woman and the first of the presumed Democratic front-runners to signal her intent to run for president. “The anti-Warren narrative was written before the Massachusetts senator even announced,” observed Natasha Korecki in Politico. Anyone trafficking in analysis lite on the 2020 race—which at this […]

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