Republicans are becoming economic populists again. That's a good thing | Zaid Jilani
The Republican senator Josh Hawley has accused his party of failing to protect Americans from capitalism. He’s right
is challenging the Republican establishment to rethink its devotion to market libertarianism and realize that we can't achieve individual self-determination without the proper social context. Will it listen?
Great article from
. I don't know much about Senator Hawley or his specific proposals but I share many of these concerns.
In 1956 the GOP platform bragged about expanding Social Security and making unions stronger. Is the GOP and conservative intelligentsia more or less libertarian now than then?
I’m glad Josh Hawley mania did not catch on more widely. Was touch and go for awhile.