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We are not kidding. The November midterm elections in the US will determine whether Donald Trump's two-year assault on democratic norms will be repudiated—or validated. Mother Jones CEO, Monika Bauerlein, argues that it is time for journalism to ditch the "view from nowhere." David Corn interviews former conservative pundit, Max Boot. Luke Mullins writes that the DCCC will do whatever it takes to win. Ari Berman tells of the plan to restore voting rights to 1.4 million Floridians. Will the angry teachers and parents succeed in expelling Scott Walker? Numerous debates on climate change, medicaid expansion, the opioid crisis, and gun control have fired up the country. Will it be enough to get people to vote?