Talking with Lawrence the other day, the question of what we could do to stop Donald Trump arose. It reminded me of Frankincense's old important question back in the day, What can we do to stop the writers' strike? (which was interrupting our tv shows). Thankfully, that one ended without our intervention. But it's not clear that this problem will.
What we need, as far as I can tell, is someone (or many people) who hear and understand the disenfranchised (at least economically) voters and can draw out of them their best selves. Someone who can address their concerns and recognize that globalism creates new problems, but can also encourage them to be generous and kind to strangers.
What politicians can do this? And what writers?