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Sarah Palin’s red-state socialism: Why the right is more pinko than you think

In response to Gar Alperovitz and Thomas Hanna’s New York Times op-ed Socialism, American-Style, Salon’s Elias Isquith interviews the authors on how the American-style Socialism might survive in our political culture and the early signs of this shift in politics.

Their argument is not just a cheap grab for contrarian clicks; it’s premised, in fact, on an assessment not of what is likely to come, but what’s happening already. And it’s happening in places like Alaska, Texas and the Deep South — not exactly where you’d first think to look.

Read the full interview at the Salon.

Publication date: 2015-08-04
Parent publication: Salon
Publication URL: Sarah Palin’s red-state socialism: Why the right is more pinko than you think

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