One meeting convinced Josh Rolnick that if most Americans could spend just a few minutes with Hillary Clinton, she’d win both minds and hearts.
Most Israelis and Palestinians would support a two-state solution, but falsely believe that most others around them reject this model.109
“Dog whistle politics” has been a major part of this year’s election cycle. Like a trainer blowing a supersonic horn that only bigots can hear, Trump has used hashtags, internet memes, speeches and off-the-cuff rambling to curry favor with a wide range of fringe (and terrifyingly not-so-fringe) groups.4
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.92
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