Author Archives: Lloyd Green
Another Trump ‘casualty’ gets to capitalize in campaign tell-all.
Her book’s glaring omissions and gloss-overs weaken the official autopsy.
Will Western Liberalism survive?
Personal grievance does not necessarily make for good politics.
Loss of primacy of place is not the same thing as extinction.
It will come down to Clinton and Trump, not their running mates.
Sanders has a mandate to push for a more progressive platform at the Democratic convention.
Sanders may have crowds, but Hillary has the coalition.
Candidates who don’t respect the season’s history and procedures are unlikely to make it to the finish line.
A new guide to the 2016 field shows how far Republicans must travel to reconnect with their base.
Veteran diplomat Dennis Ross massages Netanyahu’s strained relations with Democrats—while auditioning for the next Clinton administration.
They’ve joined Obama’s multicultural coalition, as Israel embraces right-wing ethnocentrism.
Obama’s political guru frankly fused liberal idealism with urban transactional politics.
Rick Perlstein tries to take down the The Gipper and the conservative movement with a single shot.
George McGovern’s coalition has finally prevailed—but why?
The new science of political campaigns
from The American Conservative