Many critics have held back from using ‘fascist’ to describe the president, but recent events have forced them to reconsider. What does using the term ‘fascism’ clarify, and what does it obscure?
Matt Johnson has written for Stanford Social Innovation Review, The Bulwark, Quillette, Editor & Publisher. He holds a master's degree in journalism from the University of Kansas. Twitter: @mattjj89
Sanders has a noble cause: to fight the world’s authoritarians. So why was his first partner in the 'global progressive movement' an apologist for anti-Semites, dictators and theocrats?