Mother Jones - November/December 2017

Publisher: Foundation for National Progress
Category: News, Politics
Language: English
Frequency : Bi-Monthly

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The feature stories in this issue shed light on the last election and prepare us for the next one. Ari Berman in "Rigged," documents how voter suppression in Wisconsin impacted the 2016 election results. In "Iron Man," Tim Murphy profiles Randy Bryce, a Democratic candidate and viral superstar who is challenging Paul Ryan in Wisconsin's 1st District. Andy Kroll reports on the Sinclair Broadcast Group in "Remote Controlled" and their strategy to replicate a conservative message as they take over local stations around the country. Kevin Drum argues in "You will Lose Your Job to a Robot" that it doesn't matter what you do for a living, machines are about to do it better.


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