Matthew Karp

Princeton University / Jacobin magazine

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Matthew Karp is assistant professor of history at Princeton University and a contributing editor at the Jacobin magazine.

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Bill Clinton's winning campaigns for the White House operated on the basic premise that, "It's the economy, stupid."

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Bill Clinton's winning campaigns for the White House operated on the basic premise that, "It's the economy, stupid."

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Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump "a divider, not a uniter." But it's Bernie Sanders who's dividing her own Party.

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Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are outraged that the presidential nominating process turns out not to be an exercise in direct democracy, and many voters agree.

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Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are outraged that the presidential nominating process turns out not to be an exercise in direct democracy, and many voters agree.

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