Erik D’Amato

Erik D’Amato is a New York–based corporate intelligence operative and journalist, and the author of The Little Book of Left-Right Equivalence: 350 Mutual Blind Spots, Dueling Hypocrisies, Double Flip-Flops and Other Uncanny Parallels Between the Two Tribes of Today’s America. He is on Twitter @erikdamato.


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Getting Europe’s Right Wrong

Is Europe entering a phase of new fascism? Not so fast, says our reviewer, as 1930s comparisons fail on many levels....

Getting Europe’s Right Wrong
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