Trump, Fascism and the Allure of Authoritarianism – The New Crossroads

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Wanted to share a couple of Ray Markey’s thoughtful articles with all of you. 

Trump, Fascism and the Allure of Authoritarianism

Given what is happening in Michigan, this is very timely.

From Judith Goldman, Indivisible Hawaii member. 
“This is such a detailed clear history and analysis of what we are facing. It’s terrifying, and it’s a hit over the head to be even more active in getting out the voters in theses final days.”

Why the Left Should Support the anti-Trump Lincoln Project

Thanks Ray for taking the time to share your thoughts. And thanks to all of you who are working so hard to protect our country and democracy. 

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