Socialist Forum Winter 2022
A look back at the late 1940s and its lost opportunities ought to give us pause as we consider our situation today.
We now need to press for deeper change that goes to the roots of our system’s dysfunction if we are to put an end not just to the Trump administration, but to the reasons his outlook continues to command as much support as it does. That will only be possible if we find a way past the tension between those who oppose Trump in the name of a “return to normalcy” and those who seek to root out the oppressions that have prevailed throughout our history. Holding onto the dynamic of both ought to be central to creating an alternative political culture in our society, a culture that can also address the anger of those who point a finger at those deemed “other” others in a game that victimizes all.
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