Monday’s news links – Nov. 9, 2020

 

Bolivia

Arce Promises To Rebuild Bolivia After Assuming the Presidency teleSUR

Evo Morales Returns to Bolivia One Year After the Coup teleSUR

Trump coup? 

Trump is attempting a coup in plain sight Ezra Klein, Vox

Trump does not plan to concede any time soon, aides and allies indicate Reuters

Donald Trump ‘is planning mass rallies where he will brandish the obituaries of dead people he claims voted’ as his legal team prepares for ‘man-to-man combat’ Daily Mail

Philadelphia’s Republican commissioner calls Trump ‘deranged’ for accusations of voter fraud and reveals that the president’s supporters have threatened to kill his officials Daily Mail

Axios reports that the Trump campaign was mobilizing its troops and readying for war.

Police chief resigns after threatening posts about Democrats, Arkansas mayor says Kansas City Star

How Could 70 Million Still Have Voted for Trump? Jack Rasmus

Beware of the Hawk: What to Expect from the Biden Administration on Foreign Policy Covert Action

Economy

Trump’s biggest corporate winners and losers Axios

Big tech has been the biggest corporate winner of the Trump presidency.

‘Lots of people are going to suffer’: Nouriel Roubini on the possibility of a double dip recession and its impact on the labor market (transcript) Yahoo Finance

Census takers say they were told to enter false information AP

On Randomized Trials and Medicine Zeynep Tufekci

Scientists know masks limit the coronavirus’s spread, but it’s impossible for randomized trials to prove that.

How Privatization Hobbled Sweden’s Response To Coronavirus Jacobin

Trump administration plans “flood” of sanctions on Iran by Jan. 20 Axios

Engels comes of age: the socialist who wanted a joyous life for everyone Guardian

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