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Clinton and Trump Are Both Running on a Platform of Pessimism

This article appears in slightly different form in the Financial Times. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agreed about almost nothing in their first presidential debate, but on one point their views seemed strangely harmonious. Neither of them chose to describe anything resembling a bright future for the U.S. Trump’s pessimism is calculated and demagogic rather than visceral.
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