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J. Baglow | A new politics -- of people, not façades -- is loose upon the American landscape. It offers dangers and opportunities -- to both sides.
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The U.S. media effectively iced out a major-party candidate who consistently held the largest rallies, even without a media megaphone, while giving blanket coverage to candidate Donald Trump.
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Mel Watkins | How about a wall to keep the bearers of bad ideas out?
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Duncan Cameron | For Dr. Martin Luther King, the first step in preparing nonviolent resistance was "collection of the facts." This is what the U.S. Democratic Party needs to be doing in response to Donald Trump.
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Rick Salutin | Since we're supposed to already have democracy, it always comes as a surprise to realize we aren't there yet.
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Gerry Caplan | Like the man said, that's how the light gets in.
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Rick Salutin | What kind of opposition or resistance makes sense for the Trump years ahead? The U.S. needs a a popular resistance movement coming from the ground up, mobilizing huge, diverse numbers in the streets.
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Murray Dobbin | While clearly not as grim as the U.S., features in Canadian politics and society mimic those that led to the election result in the U.S.
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | In the aftermath of this bitterly fought, often crude, vastly expensive and punishingly long election, two questions dominate: How did this happen, and where do we go from here?
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Duncan Cameron | The outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election is a major disappointment to the many people around the world looking forward to celebrating a woman elected U.S. president.
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Gerry Caplan | It is impossible even today to imagine the United States without a race "problem." And then came President Barack Hussein Obama.
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Alican Koc | Why the erratic performances of Ronald Reagan -- and Homer Simpson -- might offer clues to how Donald Trump defied all expectations -- and still might win.