Todd Gitlin

Todd Gitlin teaches at Columbia University, writes regularly for and Tablet, and is the author, most recently, of Occupy Nation: The Roots, the Spirit, and the Promise of Occupy Wall Street.

The tale of Roy Moore, from Gadsden Mall to Ten Commandments monument Todd Gitlin
How the Mercers bought a huge stake in Steve Bannon's "populism" Todd Gitlin
The news media’s challenge to cover our constant state of emergency Todd Gitlin
The unending state of emergency Todd Gitlin
We are two emotional nations at war Todd Gitlin
How bad could things get? Todd Gitlin
Flat Earthers and feedback loops Todd Gitlin
Why Trump’s media intimidation strategy is bound to fail Todd Gitlin
Mistakes in the news are not fake news Todd Gitlin
Fox columnist says Trump can order FBI to stop any investigation Todd Gitlin
Who’s faking, Trump or the news? Todd Gitlin
Here's the scariest part of Alex Jones’ "performance art" defense Todd Gitlin
Steve Bannon bounced: Chaos is the new normal at the White House Todd Gitlin
The Times still pulls its punches: Why is the leadership of the “opposition party” still mincing words? Todd Gitlin
The bad art of the non sequitur: Gibberish is the White House's new normal Todd Gitlin