Recommended Reading

I know this is a lot of recommended reading, but every single article is worth your time. Every word of every piece. It is more crucial than ever that we fully understand what is unfolding and who the key players are.

Liel Leibovitz at Tablet: "What to Do About Trump? The Same Thing My Grandfather Did in 1930s Vienna."

Joshua Foust: "This Is Not Normal."

Sarah Jaffe at Rolling Stone: "Why Anti-Trump Protests Matter."

T.R. Ramachandran: "2016 Election: White Working Class and Trump Support."

David A. Fahrenthold and Frances Stead Sellers at the Washington Post: "How Bannon Flattered and Coaxed Trump on Policies Key to the Alt-Right."

Julie Hirschfeld Davis, Mark Mazzetti, and Maggie Haberman at the New York Times: "Firings and Discord Put Trump Transition Team in a State of Disarray."

Fatima Hussein at the Indy Star: "What's Mike Pence Hiding in His Emails?"

Greg Bluestein, Aaron Gould Sheinin, Tamar Hallerman, and Jim Galloway at the Atlanta Journal Constitution: "A Bill to Restrict the Wearing of Muslim Burqa and Veil in Georgia."

Grant Stern at the Huffington Post: "Stephen Bannon Hit with Serious FBI Federal Election Law Complaint by Democratic Coalition."

Sarah Kendzior on Twitter: "A Message About What We Are Facing."

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