“The partisanship, and the populisms, that came to characterize the 2010s…

…were already coalescing as the ball dropped in Times Square on New Year’s Eve 2008.”

Sorry to end the year on a spirit of impending doom, but there you go: I tell it like it is, baby. I was one of the 23 historians in a Politico roundup (December 27 2019) imagining how the 2010s will be represented in history textbooks. You have to dig down to get to my contribution, but I guarantee you, it is worth it.

Then go read Public Seminar‘s weekly issue.


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