Evolved instincts shaped democracy to resist bullies like Trump


Mark Makela/Getty A year ago, when Donald Trump entered the race for the White House, the press (liberal and illiberal) thought his chances of success were something south of an improbable joke. In this magazine, I stepped forward to firmly predict that this political version of 19th century US showman P. T. Barnum would win the Republican nomination. I believed he would do so because of his ability to dominate his opponents in a way that had echoes of potent primate power plays and, crucially,
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