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Historian at Cornell University. Views expressed here are my own.

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Reminder of what US faces over next month if Congress does not act: -- Eviction moratorium expires (30 million at… https://t.co/c9qTxEzlYV
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanA man I was proud to call my friend, adviser, and tennis partner. May his memory be a blessing. (His seminar on ana… https://t.co/UjKPpQk8OF
Retweeted by Lawrence Glickman @nataliapetrzela My friend @SShainbart did it and wrote a book about it. https://t.co/jAx36kBzPp @activisthistory So sorry for your loss, Jen. Sending warm thoughts your way.
12/1
2020
I hear you. https://t.co/P5IYti9Jmv https://t.co/c58O8YrSHQ @stschrader1 True!I'm confused by this tweet since it was New Left thinkers who popularized the concept of "corporate liberalism."… https://t.co/DWRs97eG1w
11/30
2020
@EdgeofSports @CharlesPPierce Remember when the late Catfish Hunter said “Sixto got four toes,” after Lezcano broke… https://t.co/NuOtyvxQZB
11/28
2020
@MatthewSitman Mostly thinking about how a labor-religion coalition came together in the Progressive era in favor o… https://t.co/6odSBPzN5a @Matthew_Shadle @MatthewSitman Thank you. Looks great. @MatthewSitman https://t.co/SG6wZunftIToday I'm thinking about Father John A. Ryan's 1906 book, A LIVING WAGE: ITS ETHICAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS, which ci… https://t.co/GEZSleBs0L @profgabrielle Oh no. I hope that she recovers quickly and that you are all able to stay safe. Sending warm thoughts to you and your Mom!🥳 https://t.co/lrIC9xkj29
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanI wonder whether Ronald Reagan was ever called an elitist for his practice getting a haircut, manicure, and shoe sh… https://t.co/rjWltA6DfB @pklinkne Every Thanksgiving.
11/27
2020
The conventional wisdom quickly became that Carter was hitting "below the belt" by "conjuring up a racist Reagan." https://t.co/1yCaB3sVHvIn this editorial, "Gutter Politics," the Pittsburgh Press condemned Carter for acting like a "born-again Joe McCar… https://t.co/u5M3dpPEvAAn entire press conference was devoted to the media bashing Carter for "his insinuation that Ronald Reagan had inje… https://t.co/jJiwCVdnHXAnd much of the media condemned Jimmy Carter. Reagan went to Neshoba County embraced dog whistle politics, yet it w… https://t.co/8KomsVEhYqFormer President Gerald Ford condemned Carter for "one of the lowest, most intemperate assaults ever made by an Ame… https://t.co/N9G9jFLCpMReagan, of course, had gone on the record in his campaign for CA Governor in endorsing the right of white people wh… https://t.co/LnHqJSjkfbReagan's VP candidate George H. W. Bush said that Reagan was "a decent, honorable man who career has never been mar… https://t.co/jcLjqqiyD2Here is Fred Barnes covering Carter's "extraordinarily harsh attack on Ronald Reagan." https://t.co/kgJHfI9h8C @brianros1 I hear you, Brian!As usual, calling out racism is worse than racism. https://t.co/I5g9MNGGOR
Retweeted by Lawrence Glickman @LarryGlickman @jbouie It was actually remarkable to me, while researching Carter’s 1980 campaign, how much he talk… https://t.co/yzkStqZqiQ
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11/26
2020
Reagan’s “states’ rights” speech near the crime scene where Goodman, Schwerner, and Chaney were murdered is one of… https://t.co/QNeWshH1ts
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanFollowing @jbouie's advice we watched the Showtime Reagan documentary. Was struck by Carter's forthright condemnati… https://t.co/4Voi6qnMSuTR never said that and now *I’m* mad, so that’s a wrongness two-fer. https://t.co/b6Lu0kP1sR
Retweeted by Lawrence Glickman @ProRoMo @loumoore12 A rare moment of Cal Stanford unity. @pklinkne I'm seeing a lot of assymetric polarization on here from the Sheetz crowd.Cc: @joelwestheimer @amwhisnant So sorry to hear this. Sounds like such a valuable course.This agenda makes so much sense after the wreckage wrought by DeVos, the devastating impact of the pandemic on stud… https://t.co/AGoSDsSp3z
11/25
2020
@stevenstrogatz @BillBigly @DavidSnyder22 @loumoore12 The phrase only entered the lexicon of my pickup games after… https://t.co/2bgHlE8zkIRetweeting this because I think Manute Bol should be more widely credited with inventing/popularizing the phrase, "… https://t.co/W3RQ1iXAPl @KeriLeighMerrit I love the prose of my former colleague, Paul E. Johnson. Not a wasted word ever. https://t.co/9m950WLIH5Memorial service will be held for Mayor David Dinkins after the Covid-19 crisis ends. In lieu of flowers, send dona… https://t.co/FyB6kz0Iey
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanTrump today: Nobody thought we'd ever see the Dow at 30,000. Kevin Hassett, Chair of Trump's Council of Economic A… https://t.co/2fBMwyeGPQIt will go down the annals of Lost Causism as Priebus' Charge. https://t.co/NAmDnoOQD6
Retweeted by Lawrence Glickmanthey were so completely happy and self-satisfied that day. Also, there was beer, as I recall https://t.co/qEfwPSIZ5N
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanThe high water mark of the Trump administration was a White House celebration in 2017, featuring Speaker of the Hou… https://t.co/nMPMdXJTP7 @HeerJeet @abrahamjoseph I remember some politicians with ambiguous names like "Klein" doing the same.https://t.co/V93F4qftsM https://t.co/rqadguMird @HeerJeet @abrahamjoseph My favorite is when they felt it necessary to note that Wallace Notestein was an upstandin… https://t.co/vBjvZuZkJt @DavidSnyder22 @loumoore12 I was living in the Bay Area then and remember reading about this in the sports pages. A… https://t.co/StjzkY3QoE @DavidSnyder22 @loumoore12 https://t.co/gOTP0QGYsc @loumoore12 Is it widely known that Manute Bol invented/popularized the expression, "my bad," when he played for the Warriors? @udi_greenberg No wonder I'm tired. 🤣Superb column from @jbouie on the meaning of Trumpism: "The Trump movement has never been about `populism' or `nati… https://t.co/lwQO8cOtQi @DeGolierThomas So sorry to hear this, Thomas.Kremlinologist embraces the “linguistic turn” https://t.co/9fYJwrx1r2Thinking today about the GOP's response to the 3 great crisis of the 21st century. 9/11--let's go fight a war, inva… https://t.co/dHXrL93rBQ
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanSiri, show me an article that I will have no desire to read. (OK, I read it.) https://t.co/ZAB6J5UWHlWe have raised about a third of the sum. Please RT and share widely, and consider contributing whatever you can spa… https://t.co/ktrECwpZJs
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11/24
2020
Simple questions for Loeffler and Perdue whose only message appears to be stoking fear. As Senators, what legislati… https://t.co/Z5XTVTUEGA @dr_cdeutsch @wihorne Yes, wishing her a speedy recovery. @DainaRameyBerry Congratulations!!IMO this is the most important thread you will read this week. https://t.co/Tn7lfoVYHG
Retweeted by Lawrence Glickman @AmericanStudier Probably my favorite Powell! @ArchivingIt Vote fraud.Most historically significant Powell
11/23
2020
Here's Dr. George Crane's piece on Thanksgiving as a "free enterprise" holiday. Crane also notes, slightly anachro… https://t.co/mPgLh6CWJw @collincollege in Texas needa to clean up its damn act. Is there a college that has demonstrated that it cares les… https://t.co/d6y0g3LAcl
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanRudy in Court: “This is not a fraud case.” Rudy on Twitter: https://t.co/bjCj1UiCCM @dr_cdeutsch https://t.co/61xDwidt7r @bdproctor I love the practice of generous reading. @BrentSirota So well put, Brent. @rachelshelden Wonderful thread. Thanks.Been thinking a lot about how this mirrors a major element of the lead up to and unfolding of the Secession Crisis… https://t.co/HbeMjapACb
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanConservatives have long viewed Thanksgiving as an anti-Socialist holiday. https://t.co/SZDebS92QKSomeday, I'd like to write an article about right-wing uses of the Thanksgiving holiday, something I came across fr… https://t.co/cPhaDvfHs0Norman D. Shinkle may be pondering overturning Michigan’s election results, in direct violation of his duties as a… https://t.co/8yMJN9BHRV
11/22
2020
@ZaidJilani @samhaselby I agree that boycotts have been employed in favor of all kinds of causes and there is no si… https://t.co/8h5GBCRL9T @samhaselby @ZaidJilani Although some of those demanding that shopkeepers obey the non importation agreements presumably were. @ZaidJilani @samhaselby Boycotts in American history, from the "free produce" campaigns to the "labor boycotts" of… https://t.co/71bKz3Us7I @ABWHTruth @marthasjones_ @EbonRebel @ColumbiaUP Congratulations, @EbonRebel!!! @LarryGlickman A number of consumer boycotts played an important role organizing the Amer Rev.
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanAnd please read the work of @allybrantley @BronwenEverill @emilyremus @SimonMStevens @tracilynnea @profblmkelleyhttps://t.co/KBrKPUIWdl @LarryGlickman *slups good ol' fashioned American coffee*
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanCan I recommend a book, Josh? "Normal people" have politicized consumption since the American Revolution.… https://t.co/f3jSncLaKO @robinsreport Possibly. @DenitaBenyshek My next project!Breaking: the Biden/Harris '20 ticket's popular vote margin (3.8627 points) just surpassed the Obama/Biden '12 tick… https://t.co/AvYSby1mUM
Retweeted by Lawrence GlickmanThe squirrels of Ithaca are so plump these days that I sometimes mistake them for cats. The other day as I was stan… https://t.co/SIcEGddwCf @varsha_venkat_ Moby Dick. @ruha9 @BKLYNlibrary @SpelmanCollege Congratulations, Ruha!
11/21
2020
@MattGlassman312 How is this "clear"? What you are describing is the likely outcome. @HeerJeet @DavidAstinWalsh @yeselson Socialists did 8 times better than Communists in 1932.Donald Trump justifying his coup attempt because he is wrestling with "emotional scars" might be peak elite victimi… https://t.co/DSdi11rr1M @david_darmofal So sorry to hear this, David. How awful. @loumoore12 What about his high football iq? @TheTattooedProf @Ijustlivehere99 Happy anniversary!!! @VBivar Thanks, Venus. That's very nice to hear.Why say that Trump is “struggling to govern,” when he is manifestly not trying? Not that he has ever tried very muc… https://t.co/XvlUyaUOClHey ⁦@washingtonpost⁩: This is an unprecedented subversion of democracy, whether “critics” say it or not. https://t.co/1VHsVqeIZJ
11/20
2020
@KevinMKruse What say you @RepTomReed? Are you going to stand up against Trump's disgraceful attempt to steal the election?Republicans haven’t turned against democracy because of Trump. Republicans have turned against democracy because co… https://t.co/lVu4ukjSk0
Retweeted by Lawrence Glickmanyes. i just don’t know what it will take for people to understand that trump is a habitual line stepper who WILL NO… https://t.co/d7wP7sEeip
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11/19
2020

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