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The Story Behind the POW/MIA Flag

by Rick Perlstein | Aug 10, 2015 | Politics

…Other than that, I stand by my article. —Rick Perlstein The Editor’s Response We published Rick Perlstein’s article on the POW/MIA flag, because it insightfully examines the cynical manipulation of public opinion at the expense of the downed pilots an…

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Trumping One Too Many Bankruptcies

by Rick Perlstein | Aug 7, 2015 | Politics

…craters, one tends to find bodies underneath. Even some Fox News voters might understand that. Rick Perlstein is the Washington Spectator’s national correspondent….

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The New Holy Grail of Republican Primaries

by Rick Perlstein | Aug 1, 2015 | Politics

…people like that picking the people who govern us would all be rather newsworthy. You’d be right. Just don’t expect to read anything about it in Politico. Rick Perlstein is The Washington Spectator’s national correspondent. His most recent book is Th…

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Down with the Flag, Up with Trump!

by Rick Perlstein | Jul 15, 2015 | Politics

…ngs conspicuously on his tower along a gorgeous vista on the Chicago River. As with the Confederate flag, would you support taking it down? Rick Perlstein is The Washington Spectator’s national correspondent. His most recent book is The Invisible Brid…

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Are We Headed for Leftward Shift in Next 30 Years?

by Peter Lindstrom | Oct 9, 2013 | Politics

…ccupy Wall Street” generation, historian Rick Perlstein forcefully raised a few cautions. He points out that even though the idea of political generations is sound, it is also true that as generations age, their beliefs can change, and he should know….

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