“C’era una volta l’America”. Rassegna stampa dagli Usa – 5 marzo 2020

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5 mar. – Ogni giovedì alle 11.30 sulle frequenze di Radio Città del Capo va in onda “C’era una volta l’America“, la rassegna stampa sugli Stati Uniti a cura del network degli ex alunni del Cispea, il Centro Interuniversitario di Storia e Politica Euro-Americana. La rassegna di questa settimana è a cura di Emanuele Monaco, dottorando all’Università di Bologna e collaboratore della newsletter Jefferson – Lettere sull’America, edita da Matteo Muzio.

      Rassegna stampa usa - 5 marzo 2020

Articoli citati:

Super Tuesday

What Went Down On Super Tuesday, 538, 04/03/2020
How Biden Beat Expectations On Super Tuesday, 538, 04/03/2020
What Sanders Supporters Are Telling Themselves Now, The Atlantic, 05/03/2020
Democratic turnout surges on Super Tuesday, The Hill, 04/03/2020
Bernie Sanders Can Still Win the Nomination and the Presidency, Jacobin, 04/03/2020
Black Voters Didn’t Vote for Biden in South Carolina Because They ‘Lack Information’, The Nation, 02/03/2020
Why Did Biden Suddenly Sweep Virginia? Credit Trump, These Voters Say, New York Times, 04/03/2020
5 takeaways from Super Tuesday, Washington Post, 04/03/2020
Why South Carolina’s James Clyburn Is Endorsing Biden, 538, 26/02/2020

Coronavirus

Coronavirus Updates: Cruise Ship Held Off California as State Declares an Emergency, New York Times, 05/03/2020
U.S. health system is showing why it’s not ready for a coronavirus pandemic, Washington Post, 05/03/2020
The Coronavirus Is More Than Just a Health Crisis, The Atlantic, 05/03/2020
Trump’s coronavirus response puts his authoritarian instincts on full view, Washington Post, 03/04/2020
Empty stores, quarantined firefighters: Washington city at coronavirus epicenter reels as death toll rises, Los Angeles, 04/03/2020

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