Robert B. Reich

Reich: Trump will lose, but Trumpism will remain

Trumpism will continue after Trump loses. The open question is whether anything good can be salvaged from its wreckage. Read more

Reich: The reason behind the success of Trump and Sanders

In her speech accepting the Democratic nomination for president, Hillary Clinton said the nation was at "a moment of reckoning." She's right, but the reckoning is not simply the choice voters face this fall between her and Donald Trump. Read more

Trump's anti-politics makes him dangerous...

A Washington Post/ABC News poll released Sunday finds Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a virtual tie, with Trump leading Clinton 46 percent to 44 percent among registered voters. That's an 11 percent swing against Clinton since March. Read more

Hyper-capitalism is no-lose socialism for the wealthy

Marissa Mayer tells us a lot about why Americans are so angry, and why anti-establishment fury has become the biggest single force in American politics today. Mayer is CEO of Yahoo. Read more

Reich: Regulation alone won't rein in Wall Street

The recent kerfuffle about Bernie Sanders purportedly not knowing how to bust up the big banks says far more about the threat Sanders poses to the Democratic establishment and its Wall Street wing than it does about the candidate himself. Read more


 

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