His rhetoric helped propel him to the presidency, but it ignores the reality of the coal industry.
No, the down-and-out white working class didn’t propel Trump to the presidency.
Anger over inequality is not about the “one percent.” Growing inequality within the middle class may be what’s really driving populism.
The bygone days of American greatness evoked by Trump and Sanders are largely based on myth.
Trade agreements aren’t the principal factor to blame for the majority of U.S. job losses or the decline in earnings.