Tag: Trumpism

Trump and Disruption?, by Robert Geroux

Robert Geroux

11 Feb 2017

There are some ominous points of contact between the ideology of disruption on the one hand, and fascism on the other.

Trump: The Point of No Return, by Simon Cooper

Simon Cooper

8 Feb 2017

In this excerpt from the forthcoming editorial of Arena Magazine, Simon Cooper argues that if a genuine alternative to Trump is to appear, liberals and progressives must recognise where their oppositional values come from, and the limits of the settings that produced them. Such settings, premised on global trade and hyper-consumption, are unsustainable for life itself, not merely politically divisive.

Trump: Internal Disporas, by Robert Geroux

Robert Geroux

25 Jan 2017

Markets turned all Americans into a kind of permanent internal diaspora.

Trump: Totalitarian Individualism, by Bruce Kapferer

Bruce Kapferer

23 Jan 2017

Wall Street has effectively been repositioned in Vegas.

Trump: Yes, Fascist, by Paul James

Paul James

21 Jan 2017

This is the ‘unthinkable’ threat that Philip Roth foretold in his novel The Plot Against America.