‘Get Back to Work!’ Is the Clarion Call of White Christian Nationalism

Whipping Slaves, Missouri, 1856 (Anon., The Suppressed Book About Slavery! Prepared for Publication in 1857 (New York, 1864), facing p. 240.

Pandemics know no politics, and yet President Trump, Republican Party leaders and members of the GOP base have weaponized coronavirus for the culture wars, placing American capitalism over human lives and responding to this disease by presumably asserting a right to die without an oppressive lockdown, all for the sake of capital. It seems misplaced for these…

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