L. Benjamin Rolsky reviews Jeff Sharlet’s “The Undertow: Scenes from a Slow Civil War.”
L. Benjamin Rolsky
L. Benjamin Rolsky considers Gary Gerstle’s new book, “The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order: America and the World in the Free Market Era.”
L. Benjamin Rolsky reviews Randall Balmer’s “Bad Faith: Race and the Rise of the Religious Right.”
L. Benjamin Rolsky reviews Thomas Frank’s new book, “The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism.”
L. Benjamin Rolsky looks at "This Brilliant Darkness," the new book from Jeff Sharlet.
Louis Rolsky reviews Reece Peck’s “Fox Populism,” which considers the intersections between conservatism, populism, and mass media.
Kruse and Zelizer have written the standard work for those teaching courses on the forces of polarization that have produced our divided public.
How does Robert Wuthnow's "The Left Behind: Decline and Rage in Rural America" differ from other examples of the post-2016 "Reaching-Out Industry"?