Zack Beauchamp, Vox

Zack Beauchamp

Vox

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Vox
Past:
  • CNBC
  • The Week
  • ThinkProgress
  • AmericanConservative

Recent articles by Zack:

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What Kanye West’s praise for Hitler really tells us about antisemitism

West, a.k.a. Ye, praised Hitler and exposed the antisemitic dog whistles deployed by his allies. → Read More

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The deep roots of antisemitism’s resurgence in America

"I think we are at the moment living in the high tide of American antisemitism," one historian says. → Read More

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How the right’s radical thinkers are coping with the midterms

The New Right emerged to theorize Trumpism’s rise. Can they explain its defeat? → Read More

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What Trump vs. DeSantis says about the future of the American right

DeSantis’s governing style isn’t a break with Trumpism, but its evolution. → Read More

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The Supreme Court lost Republicans the midterms

A leading Democratic data analyst explains what happened in 2022 — and why abortion proved to be the decisive issue. → Read More

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The midterms showed American democracy won’t go down without a fight

Election deniers performed surprisingly poorly at the ballot box in 2022. That’s a good sign for democracy. → Read More

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How do we know who’s winning in Ukraine?

How experts understand what’s happening on the ground in Ukraine — and what the war looks like six months in. → Read More

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To understand what the Trump investigation might do to America, look at Israel

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on trial, and it has thrown Israeli politics into chaos. Americans should pay attention. → Read More

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Trump is pushing us toward the abyss

His conspiracy theories about the FBI search have spawned a GOP assault on the legitimacy of the American state — and set the stage for violence. → Read More

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The Republican response to the Mar-a-Lago raid should scare you

Leading Republicans are in thrall to a dangerously conspiratorial view of the US government. → Read More

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Viktor Orbán laid out his dark worldview to the American right — and they loved it

The European Union’s only autocrat came to CPAC Dallas and sold American conservatives on a vision of a Western civil war. → Read More

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Zawahiri’s death and the war on terror’s end

Al-Qaeda’s leader lived long enough to see the world pass him by. → Read More

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CPAC goes to Israel

Inside the American right’s effort to bring their ideas to Israel. → Read More

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Can Biden and Lapid reverse Israel’s anti-democratic — and anti-Democratic — turn?

Biden’s meeting with Israel’s new prime minister illuminated their countries’ twinned democratic crises — and their shared solutions. → Read More

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How conservatism conquered America — and corrupted itself

The past month’s conservative victories were decades in the making. Three books about the right reveal what it cost the movement. → Read More

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Cassidy Hutchinson just changed everything

The January 6 hearings have been damning. Hutchinson’s testimony took them to a new level. → Read More

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Think polarization is bad now? Wait till the post-Roe abortion wars get started.

Dobbs is the next stress test for America’s teetering democracy. → Read More

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At least Clarence Thomas’s odious Dobbs concurrence was honest

Samuel Alito’s majority opinion striking down Roe v. Wade insists LGBTQ rights are safe. Thomas’s disturbing concurrence exposes the incoherence of that claim. → Read More

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“Do you know how it feels to have the president of the United States target you?”

Powerful January 6 testimony from former Georgia poll workers reveals a serious — and ongoing — threat to democracy. → Read More

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The January 6 hearings showed why it’s reasonable to call Trump a fascist

We now know Trump expressed support for hanging Pence and did little to stop the violence — actions that suggest some very dark historical parallels. → Read More