Michael Lind

Michael Lind is the author of more a dozen books of nonfiction, fiction and poetry. He is a frequent contributor to The New York Times, Politico, The Financial Times, The National Interest, Foreign Policy, Salon, and The International Economy. He has taught at Harvard and Johns Hopkins and has been an editor or staff writer for The New Yorker, Harper’s, The New Republic, and The National Interest.


The New Class War; Michael Lind
The debunked "Russian influence" nonsense is infantilizing liberals Michael Lind
How to demolish the oligarchy in 3 easy steps Michael Lind
Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Hillary Clinton
The media's dangerous "policy wonk" fetish: Why America doesn't need a president with bold ideas Michael Lind
Conservatives' history problem: Why they're doomed by their own "Golden Age" Michael Lind
Tim Scott, Wendy Davis
Doomed by the South: Why the emerging Democratic majority may never happen Michael Lind
Paul Ryan, Pat Buchanan
Libertarians hijacked the right: How free-market zealots doomed American conservatism Michael Lind
The left's changing personality: How progressives are changing from professionals to populists Michael Lind
The right's Reaganomics trap: How it distorted "populism" -- and the left went along Michael Lind
Democrats vs. the New Deal: Who really runs the party -- and why it might surprise you Michael Lind
GOP's noxious, misguided edge: Why Dems need a coherent economic plan Michael Lind
Why celebrity "genius" Peter Thiel is grossly overrated Michael Lind
Paul Ryan's liberal secret: Why he's suddenly endorsing the social safety net Michael Lind
Rick Perry's controversy snowballs: How his indictment spawned a new flap Michael Lind
Rick Perry's indictment is bad for Democrats: A Texas perspective Michael Lind
Beware the neocon exaggerators: They were wrong on Russia and the Mideast before — and they're wrong about the threat now Michael Lind