Can the Democrats be saved?

Garvey, Ed
January 1995
Progressive;Jan95, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p23
Looks at the mood of the Democratic Leadership Council (DLC) and their views on which type of Democrats are electable. How Bernie Sanders, who doesn't fit the popular mode, was elected to Congress with the help of rural voters, urban voters and people who also supported moderate Republican Jim Jeffords for the Senate; The voters' support for a genuine article; More.


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