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Learning Lessons From Outrage

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Lessons Learned. Sure
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DON'T MISS THIS ONE: There is so much we have learned from this painful election season and the rise of a demagogic real estate developer. We have learned what it looks like when a party eventually wakes up to itself being overtaken and undone and throws itself into convulsions to rescue itself from a creature of its own creation, and what conditions make the prime environment for the rise of a demagogue: disaffection, demographic change, the demise of hope and opportunity and the dislocation of traditional power and privilege from automatic inheritance of prosperity AND just how much ugliness exists in this country, and what it looks like when it finds a voice. Rolling Stone reported last week “Republicans didn’t listen, didn’t hear the anger ,  and by the time they did, it was too late.”  “You know something’s out there, but you don’t see it until you’re getting stabbed.”

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