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Bernie Sanders

Feeling the Bern

by Ali Hibbs August 27, 2015

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  In 2014, a law professor named Zephyr Rain Teachout came out of virtual anonymity during her New York gubernatorial campaign against the better-known and far-better-funded incumbent, Andrew Cuomo, unexpectedly seizing more than 30 percent of ...

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The Underdog

by John Nichols May 28, 2015

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Copyright © 2015 The Nation—distributed by Agence Global For the first century after the founding of the Grand Old Party in 1854, Republicans dominated the politics of the state of Vermont like no other. For more ...

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Beware the Self-Defeating Prophecy

by Miriam Axel-Lute May 7, 2015

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  Yesterday I saw a link to a set of well-wisher cards intended to be sent to people with serious illness, like cancer. Some were unusually blunt (“happy last day of chemo, let’s eat anything that ...

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2013: A Progressive Honor Roll

by John Nichols January 2, 2014

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  Copyright © 2013 The Nation—distributed by Agence Global This past year was about a lot more than Ted Cruz and the surreal shutdown politics of the Republican right. Across America, grassroots groups, bold unions, inspired activists, ...

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