Nevertheless, Americans discuss neoliberalism mostly by euphemism — some deny its very existence
The Enemy is Us: the Opioid Crisis & the Failure of Politics
Kathleen Frydl

Jonathan Chait should have read this article before he wrote his. Frydl doesn’t just use neoliberalism as an “epithet”, she lays out exactly what it means and how the ways it manifests in US policy resulted in our nationwide opioid epidemic. But then again, someone with a rose emoji in their display name called Chait a “corncobbed neoliberal binch” once on Twitter so I’m sure that justified him writing 5,000 words about how neoliberalism never was a thing.

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