"President Trump: Nationalist Capitalism, An Alternative to Globalization", written by James Petras.
I do not fully agree with all of Petras' arguments but he says a couple of interesting things. His main argument is that anti-Trump journalists and academics have distorted Trump's views and neglected his critique of US policies and the current state of affairs.
Petras seems to support Trump's industrial policy (I am not fully sure) whereas other academics like Dani Rodrik have serious doubts about it. However, there are other academics, like Andrew Sheng, who also believe that Trump may be successful in his envisaged economic policies: "Contrary to the claims of some doomsayers,
Trump’s economic policies might actually work. With enough investment
in infrastructure – and with the help of negative real interest rates –
Trump may well manage to revive productivity and GDP growth enough to
reduce America’s debt overhang in real terms."
Let me now turn to Petras's article and quote him extensively below: