Essential Reading for Super Tuesday

As voters in a dozen states go to the polls to choose their party’s Presidential nominee, here’s a look back at some of our recent coverage and commentary.
  1. A history of Donald Trump and the Ku Klux Klan, by Evan Osnos: http://bit.ly/21G7HKB
  2. John Cassidy on Hillary Clinton’s “aura of inevitability”: http://bit.ly/21AYrr6
  3. Ryan Lizza on the faceoff between the Trump and Cruz campaigns: http://bit.ly/1ntTn9J
  4. John Cassidy on the importance of scrutinizing Trump’s business record: http://bit.ly/1QiqLuD
  5. Margaret Talbot’s Profile of Bernie Sanders, whose young fans combine admiration for his progressive conviction with a slightly condescending fondness for cranky old people: http://bit.ly/1OhhUtb
  6. Amy Davidson on Jeb Bush’s befuddled goodbye, and the risks of Trump denialism: http://bit.ly/1pmQEiX
  7. The fears and frustrations of Donald Trump’s white nationalist followers (August 2015), by Evan Osnos: http://bit.ly/1fAYIqR
  8. Amy Davidson on how Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are courting black voters: http://bit.ly/1KRnhib
  9. A 2015 look at the life of the G.O.P.’s unlikeliest 2016 candidate, Ben Carson, by Kelefa Sanneh: http://bit.ly/1OblMuY
  10. Why isn’t the G.O.P. trying harder to beat Donald Trump? Ben Wallace-Wells asks: http://bit.ly/1WTEAQH
  11. Evan Osnos’s Profile on Marco Rubio, who has “succeeded in politics by straddling as many positions as possible” (November 2015): http://bit.ly/1Nn5iky