Jeb Bush

Class, Race and Poverty in the USA

in Nexus Symposium 2016: Democracy Today in the USA

Americans have always accept­ed a degree of inequal­i­ty, inequal­i­ty of out­comes. What seems to have changed in recent years, or at least in peo­ple’s per­cep­tion of it, is…that there seems to be grow­ing inequal­i­ty of start­ing place.

Political Culture, Donald Trump and Education

in Nexus Symposium 2016: Democracy Today in the USA

Donald Trump is not an American phe­nom­e­non, sole­ly an American phe­nom­e­non. We see Trumps emerg­ing all across the West, all across Europe—Western Europe and Eastern Europe. And they are repeat­ing them­selves in very sim­i­lar ways.

The Divided States of America

in Nexus Symposium 2016: Democracy Today in the USA

I think there’s a great deal of naiveté about how pol­i­tics actu­al­ly works. And this is where either wing—the Trump wing or the Sanders wing—don’t under­stand how pol­i­tics actu­al­ly works in Washington.