Tag Archives: Donald Trump

The Problem With Twitter

I’m on Twitter. I tweet, I retweet, and I like tweets. I do the Twitter things. I succumbed to the urging by peers and mentors that an academic–or even just a thinking person–ought to engage on the social media platform … Continue reading

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Trump and Authoritarianism

I’ve written before about Trump as a candidate,  arguing that he represents a frightening trend in American politics toward an interest in “doers,” those who want to exert their will on the political stage to “get things done” despite the … Continue reading

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On Trump

Donald Trump is an unconventional, untested, and polarizing presidential candidate, and I think many who plan to vote for him will do so holding their nose—but the fact remains that his ascendance to candidacy represents a significant trend in American … Continue reading

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