Alexander Zubatov

Alexander Zubatov is a partner in a New York law firm called Scarola Malone & Zubatov LLP, having graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School (J.D. 2000) and summa cum laude from Yale University (B.A. 1997), where he majored in English and received the E. Francis Riggs Memorial Prize for Excellence in the Humanities. His work has appeared in Acculturated, PopMatters, The Hedgehog Review, The Fortnightly Review, nth position, The Montreal Review, New English Review, Culture Wars, Senses of Cinema and the Bright Lights Film Journal. He has also previously had his poem “Cartography:  a Jungle Travelogue” win the 1999 top poetry prize offered by the Dudley Review (vol. v), a publication in which he has also had fiction published in 2000 (Dudley Review, vol. vi).



Why Democrat refugees are swelling Trump’s support
29 Mar 2016 | FEATURES |  
tags: 2016 elections, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, political correctness, racism, Southern strategy
Struggling white voters are defecting after being humiliated by a hostile elite culture


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