of how the electoral vote went down do an awesome job of putting the supposed “mandate
” in perspective.
UPDATE: More map madness
to make sense of the mayhem.
Oh, and if you want a copy of the Daily Mirror's memorable post-election cover for posterity, you can get one here
After missing tons of class and reading this semester, I'm going to try to start being a law student again for a while. In the aftermath of this election, I'm less convinced than ever that some kind of legal career is even worthwhile, and still less sure of what direction I should take in such a career. But the question seems to be: Do we need good progressive legal activists, or do we need militant revolutionary leaders? Since I just don't think I'm cut out for the truly radical fight, maybe being a lawyer is my only option.
Speaking of revolution, Happy Bolshevik Revolution
anniversary, one day late. Do you know how hard it is to read U.S. labor law with the Bolshevik Revolution in your head?
Is it just me, or is the world a really sad place right now?
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