Trumped Up: Is Donald Trump making America great again?
As slogans go, it was a catchy little number dismissed as flip by the critics. We examine his impact in economic, political and cultural terms
It was the slogan that defined a campaign, and one that – for better or for worse – is set to define a presidency. Make America Great Again.
MAGA, to give it its trucker cap acronym, spoke directly to the disenfranchised and the down at heel; those experiencing “cognitive dissonance”, as described by the Rust Belt-reared JD Vance in Hillbilly Elegy, borne of “a broken connection between the world we see and the values we...
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