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What Do You Mean ‘Sanders Might Be Another George McGovern’?

What Do You Mean ‘Sanders Might Be Another George McGovern’?
George McGovern was the Democratic nominee against incumbent Richard Nixon in the 1972 election. He lost in a landslide. Just as the events of the 1980s shaped the current economic environment, the 1970s “Nixonian” politics of division shaped the current political environment. Did Democrats learn the right lessons from that election?
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Nightmarish Hellscape if GOP Wins Senate (Gov't Shutdown Is Just the Beginning)

Nightmarish Hellscape if GOP Wins Senate (Gov't Shutdown Is Just the Beginning)
Imagining a Republican-led Senate is bad enough, but Mitch McConnell's ramblings suggest it would be beyond our worst nightmares.
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Corporate Welfare State: Big Business Taxed at 12.6 Percent, Half of What Teachers Pay

Corporate Welfare State: Big Business Taxed at 12.6 Percent, Half of What Teachers Pay
A new study shows that the big U.S. companies paid only 12.6 percent in taxes on their reported worldwide profits in 2010. Corporate taxes have gone from 5-6 percent of GDP down to only a third of that. The corporate share of all taxes paid has gone from 28 percent to a third of that, too. And these lower taxes have hurt — not helped — our economy and country.
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