concludes, the radical right is like Frankenstein’s monster, with the
hyper-wealthy playing the role of the doomed mad scientist. “[M]y
working theory,” he writes, “is that wealthy individuals bought
themselves a radical right party, believing … that it would cut their
taxes and remove regulations.” What the 0.1 percent didn’t realize is
that “eventually the craziness would take on a life of its own, and that
the monster they created would turn on its creators as well as the
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