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‘It’s the Economy, Stupid’: The Economic Voodoo That Seduces Americans to Vote Against Their Own Interest

In his new book "Kill It to Save It," Corey Dolgon reveals how politicians use sales slogans to convince us that prioritizing capitalism over democracy is good for us all—as Trump proclaims. The following is an adapted excerpt from the new book Kill It to Save It: An Autopsy of Capitalism's Triumph over Democracy by Corey Dolgon (Policy Press, 2017): It's the Political Economy, Stupid “I give them all money and they do what I want.
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