#1648: The End of Identity Politics?
Anna Holmes and Tanner Colby discuss the recent bunch of think pieces that have argued both for and against an end to identity politics with MTV News’ Jamil Smith and The Atlantic’s Adam Serwer. Is the 2016 election the end of political appeals to minority voters?
Is this the end of Identity Politics?
The End of Identity Liberalism | The New York Times
Jesse Jackson's presidential campaigns offer a road map for Democrats in the Trump era. | Slate
Democratic politics have to be 'identity politics.' | Slate
Bernie Sanders—and many Democrats—keep confusing identity politics with tokenism | Vox
Identity Politics' Address Real Problems of Discrimination | The New York Times
Blaming Clinton's Base for Her Loss Is the Ultimate Insult | New York Magazine
What Bernie Sanders Gets Right About Identity Politics | New York Magazine
Language Matters If You're Trying to Persuade a Trump Voter | New York Magazine
Telling People to Be Less Racist Online Works, Sometimes | New York Magazine
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