NY Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winning author of Lexus and the Olive Tree and From Beirut to Jerusalem.

There are two types of people those threatened by change and those who embrace it

macon.com — Yes, we're having a national election right now. Yes, there are two parties running. But no, they are not the two parties that you think. It's not "Democrats" versus "Republicans." This election is really between "Wall People" and "Web People."

Web People vs. Wall People - Jackson Hole News&Guide: Opinions

jhnewsandguide.com — Yes, we're having an election right now. Yes, there are two parties running. But no, they are not the two parties that you think. It's not "Democrats" versus "Republicans." This election is really between "Wall People" and "Web People."

Web people versus wall people

seattletimes.com — Share story Yes, we're having a national election right now. Yes, there are two parties running. But no, they are not the two parties that you think. It's not "Democrats" versus "Republicans." This election is really between "Wall People" and "Web People."

Thomas Friedman: Web people vs. wall people

postbulletin.com — Yes, we're having a national election right now. Yes, there are two parties running. But no, they are not the two parties that you think. It's not "Democrats" versus "Republicans." This election is really between "Wall People" and "Web People."

America must choose a president willing to embrace change, a global economy and trade and the information revolution

newsobserver.com — My hope is that, for the good of the country, Republican Web People will, over time, join the Democratic Party and tilt it into a compassionate, center-left Web party for the 21st century.

Web People vs. Wall People

nytimes.com — Yes, we're having a national election right now. Yes, there are two parties running. But no, they are not the two parties that you think. It's not "Democrats" versus "Republicans." This election is really between "Wall People" and "Web People."

Thomas Friedman: Talking Turkey here in America

timesunion.com — the drama playing out in Turkey today is the story of just how off track a once successful country can get when a leader who demonizes all his rivals and dabbles in crazy conspiracy theories comes to believe that he alone is The Man - the only one who can make his country great again - and ensconces himself in power.

Want to see a post-Trump America? Look to Turkey

charlotteobserver.com — Turkey is a long way from the Republican convention in Cleveland. But I'd urge you to study the recent failed military coup against Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. America is not Turkey - but in terms of personality and political strategy, Erdogan and Donald Trump were separated at birth.

Thomas L. Friedman: From Turkey to Cleveland: Trump and the sultan

montereyherald.com — Turkey is a long way from Cleveland, where the Republicans are holding their presidential convention. But I'd urge you to study the recent failed military coup against Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. America is not Turkey - but in terms of personality and political strategy, Erdogan and Donald Trump were separated at birth.

Alaska Dispatch News

adn.com — Turkey is a long way from Cleveland, where the Republicans are holding their presidential convention. But I'd urge you to study the recent failed military coup against Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. America is not Turkey - but in terms of personality and political strategy, Erdogan and Donald Trump were separated at birth.
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