Historian: How MAGA’s ‘culture of resentment’ has a lot in common with Nazi Germany

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William A. Galston‘s recent essay “The Bitter Heartland” begins, “We are living in an age of resentment . . . [that] shapes today’s politics.” The more I read of it (and more about it later), the more the great resentments of Hitler’s followers came to mind.

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Historian: How MAGA’s ‘culture of resentment’ has a lot in common with Nazi Germany

Image via Wikimedia Commons.

William A. Galston‘s recent essay “The Bitter Heartland” begins, “We are living in an age of resentment . . . [that] shapes today’s politics.” The more I read of it (and more about it later), the more the great resentments of Hitler’s followers came to mind.

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This theory might explain “Covid toes” and other mysteries of the disease

Back in March, Michigan’s Covid-19 cases exploded — leaping from zero to 3,657 in just two weeks. Detroit’s three big automakers closed factories temporarily, and the state’s largest health care system warned it was reaching capacity.
In the midst of this crisis, Joseph Roche, an associate professor in the physical therapy program at Wayne State University, had an idea.
From his research into muscular dystrophies, Roche understood that inflammation can do significant damage to the body.

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