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Publisher’s Note

Industrial Tourism

NAFTA is an investment contract that protects American and Canadian goods and interests against Mexican expropriation, regulation, and pestering by local authorities.

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A Sad Heritage

"It seems that the idea of giving any real help to black people put at a disadvantage by American history takes second place to eradicating that same tarnished history’s embarrassing…

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Le Chagrin

"Could I not avoid Trump and his bullshit, not even by crossing the Atlantic Ocean?"

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Living with Trump

"Loathing for Trump makes people forget that, among other horrors, a coalition of Republicans and Democrats has already wasted around $3.7 trillion in Iraq and Afghanistan, sacrificed the lives of nearly 7,000 American soldiers, and wounded more than 52,000."

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The New Nonalignment

A version of this column originally ran in Le Devoir on June 5, 2017. Translated from the French by John Cullen. Normally, I wouldn’t applaud the audacious rhetoric of a…

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Fantasy Beats Reality

The French election

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Lunching with Mélenchon

France needs a patriotic, left-wing nationalism

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Trump’s Handicap

If Trump is so dishonorable that he cheats at golf, it’s safe to assume he’ll do the same in politics.

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Trump the Maleficent

The vocational training of American real estate tycoons is strict and pitiless.

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Trump and Consequences

"In a certain way, the Democrats lost to Trump not through stupidity but through cupidity."

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Mitterand’s Centenary

"Mitterand remains an emblematic figure for President François Hollande, who is trying to attach himself to his predecessor as he tanks in the polls."

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Despair

A luncheon with the Republican establishment

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Trump’s Trade Talk

Above all, NAFTA is an investment agreement, financial and political in nature, and it has always been considered as such by both Republicans and Democrats.

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A Night of Political Theater

"In the next four months, Hillary Clinton will be promoted as a female pioneer. But she'll also be ridiculed as a caricature of feminine success, a woman who owes everything to her husband and is at the same time constantly humiliated in the light of his past infidelities."

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The Leftist Line

The French left self-destructs

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The Clinton Cartel

Journalists are doing the Clintons’ dirty work for them and their machine.

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The Antiglobalists

"Both Sanders and Trump affirm their determination to rebuild an America weakened by unhealthy relationships with the outside world."

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The Virus

"After only three primaries—almost a tie in Iowa, an emphatic victory for Sanders in New Hampshire, and 52.6 percent for Hillary in Nevada—Mrs. Clinton found herself being guaranteed the nomination by the newspaper of record."

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Fair-weather Progressive

"Hillary Clinton wasn’t really a progressive, or even a liberal Democrat, until Bernie Sanders decided to run for president."

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The President’s War

"For the first three years of François Hollande's presidency, he was neither malicious nor dangerous. And yet, since the terrorist attack on the Bataclan, it’s been a whole different story."

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Something to Cry About

"I was confident the French weren’t going to follow the bad example from overseas and start a 'war on terror' à l’américaine. But November 13 changed the equation."

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At Any Cost

"The pundits overestimate Americans’ supposedly anti-aristocratic tendencies, and underestimate Jeb’s profound determination to win."

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North-side Gods

“Now is the time that tries the souls of Chicago Cubs fans everywhere.”

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Clinton Caution

"As far as substance, there was none -- just the usual Clinton caution and excruciatingly scripted bromides designed to offend as few people as possible."

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The Ignorance of Journalists

"The fix was in from the beginning, despite the revolt. Fast-track authority was never in danger."

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Nonsense Brokers

“Rep. Kathleen Rice last week reversed her opposition to fast-track the TPP. If history repeats itself she won’t be the only member of Congress to betray her working class and labor-union supporters.”

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The Grind and the Gun

"Attributing white-on-black violence entirely to racism misses the larger problems that poorer people face in this country. They suffer a thousand cuts that never get talked about, except when the victims bleed to death."

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The Mayor and the Machine

“Emanuel's position in the local party is insecure because he was not raised in the machine, or, for that matter, in a working-class city neighborhood.”

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