Ed Luce is the Washington columnist and commentator for the Financial Times.
This interview was taped on 3/12
REFERENCES AND SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL
ManafortAn article from the NYT on Manafort’s sentencing by Judge Amy Berman Jackson in D.C.A comment from Manafort’s lawyer, Kevin Downing, suggesting his client was selectively prosecutedAn indictment of Paul Manafort by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office; plus an article from the NYT on the DA’s charges
College Admissions Scandal Listener question from Still PaulThe college admissions scandal indictment, and a report from NPR about the scandal The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute, plus an article from the NYT about RICO lawsuits
DOJ policy on indicting a presidentThe 1973 and 2000 Office of Legal Counsel memos
From the interview:
Luce Luce’s most recent book, The Retreat of Western LiberalismLuce’s Financial Times op-ed, “America’s unexpected socialist dawn,” plus Luce’s op-ed page
Trump An article from Vox on Michael Cohen’s closing statement from his 2/27 testimony before Congress, including his remarks on 2020A list from NPR of strongmen Trump has praised
Negative partisanship An op-ed from the Washington Post about negative partisanship and Newt GingrichA paper by Emory political scientists Alan Abramowitz and Steven Webster, “All Politics is National: The Rise of Negative Partisanship and the Nationalization of U.S. House and Senate Elections in the 21st Century”
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)An article from the Washington Post comparing AOC and DJT’s social media strategyThe most recent resolution outlining the Green New Deal, and a report from NPR on the Deal and its origin
Institutional TrustAn article in The Atlantic on declining levels of trust in institutions across the globe
Britain A brief explanation of Britain’s constitutional monarchyAn update from the NYT on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit PlanBritain’s Attorney General Geoffrey Cox’s tweet, “Bollocks,” in response to a critiqueA procedural explanation of the Prime Minister’s Questions, which you can watch here. Plus, an article in the Guardian recounting its history (including Harold Macmillan’s queasiness)An op-ed from the NYT imagining a Prime Minister’s Questions session in the U.S.
HungaryAn article in the NYT about Hungary’s eroding democracy
India An article from Bloomberg on India’s upcoming election, the largest exercise of democracy on the planet
ChinaAn article in Foreign Affairs on communist China’s capitalist development
SocialismAn article from The Atlantic on Trump’s application of the term “socialist”An article from the NYT on Teddy Roosevelt’s crusade for the inheritance taxAn article in the NYT about Sweden’s response to the banking crisis
MediaAn article from Bloomberg on the decline of local news, and the subsequent consequences
Vocabulary Bollocks = nonsenseSue generis = constituting a class alone; unique
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Preet was interviewed about his new book “Doing Justice” by CBS This Morning’s Bianna Golodryga at a live taping of Stay Tuned at NYU’s Skirball Center.
Taped on 3/19/19
REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
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