Saturday Link Love: Democracy, Hitler, Transformation, and Monopoly

Saturday Link Love: Democracy, Hitler, Transformation, and Monopoly December 24, 2016

Saturday Link Love is a new feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier.

North Carolina Is No Longer Classified as a Democracy, on News & Observer—“In the just released EIP report, North Carolina’s overall electoral integrity score of 58/100 for the 2016 election places us alongside authoritarian states and pseudo-democracies like Cuba, Indonesia and Sierra Leone.”

The American Papers that Praised Hitler, on The Daily Beast—“An editorial in the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin on Jan. 30, 1933, asserted that ‘there have been indications of moderation’ on Hitler’s part.”

Donald Trump will follow a failed political transformation, just like Benjamin Harrison, on Vox—“We may be at a similar moment in political history today: After a failed shot at the founding of a new regime, we remain in a time of close political competition, with a narrowly elected president (who wins the Electoral College even while losing the popular vote) clinging to tight majorities in Congress while presiding over a divided nation.”

Monopoly’s Radical, Feminist, Anti-Capitalist Origins, on The NIB.

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