June 22, 2020
Commentary

The Witch Hunts of the Left Revive Soviet Ghosts

Many of today’s anti‐​racists are motivated by genuine and commendable concern about bigotry and inequity. But animating this anti‐​racist moment and the cadre of activists seeking to build a utopia of absolute equality, cleansed of all broadly defined oppression or “harm” to any member of a traditionally disadvantaged group, I see the same passion that drove communism.

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The New Deal and Recovery, Part 2: Inventing the New Deal

To understand the New Deal’s shortcomings as a grand scheme for achieving economic recovery, it helps to realize that the New Deal wasn’t a grand scheme at all, but an assemblage of steps and programs, many of which were decided upon or concocted only after Roosevelt took office.