‘Long march’ by student radicals succeeded; Now America needs leader to exit swamp

‘Long march’ by student radicals succeeded; Now America needs leader to exit swamp

  Sol W. Sanders   In 1967 Rudi Dutschke, a flamboyant leader of post-World War II European student radicals looking back on two centuries of failed revolutions, had an epiphany: instead of attacking prevailing institutions head on, he advocated his fellow revolutionaries should take a “long march through the institutions’ of power to create radical […]

Japan’s unreported conservative revolution led by its understated PM

Japan’s unreported conservative revolution led by its understated PM

Sol W. Sanders   In a world of moldering journalism, nothing quite equals the inadequacies of the reporting about Japan. Despite this short shrift, Japan remains the U.S.’ most important relationship in Asia — especially as China is increasingly seen as an adversary and with an unpredictable North Korea. It is an important trading partner […]

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