Maurice Mitchell of the Working Families Party is challenging some shibboleths of today's activist left. Plus, will NY Dems fix their ailing party?
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Plus, what Democrats can learn from the Wisconsin Dems, and how exactly how many people are pissed off by unwanted fundraising emails and texts.
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Not only did corporate news hype the non-existent Red Wave, it keeps giving short shrift to democracy's defenders. Plus, Democratic ills in New York…
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Will the rising youth vote save Democrats from doom? Are they over-relying on digital organizing? And why life isn't tweet anymore.
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Millions signed up overnight on government's new student debt cancellation portal, but the connection between better policy and voting still has to be…
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Everyone's 2022 election crystal ball is blurry, plus why I suspect the Democrats' apparent advantage in digital organizing is overstated. Also, about…
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Place-based year-round organizing aimed at combating voter suppression by meeting people where they live and around their community's pain points.
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Some smart words from Cayden Mak on the battle for hearts and minds. Plus a new AI Bill of Rights, Reid Hoffman's dalliance with Elon Musk, and much…
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Rachel Kleinfeld says we need a broad-based, multistranded, prodemocracy movement around a positive vision concretized in locally rooted action if we're…
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A deep dive into the thinking of Balaji Srinivasan, whose new book The Network State is inspiring a new kind of radical secessionism.
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Building on last week's edition, we go looking for proto-political groups that bring people together around shared passions. Plus, GOP community…
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The unsung people who weave America together need a new vehicle to elevate what they do into something that can meet our moment of democratic challenge.
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