Tag Archives: Elizabeth Warren

The New Yorker: Opinion- Osita Nevanevu: ‘Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Two Paths for the American Left’

Source:The New Democrat  “This past week was perhaps one of the most important weeks in one of the most important election seasons in the history of the Democratic Party. Elizabeth Warren is on the rise. Coverage of her array of … Continue reading

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Foreign Affairs: U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren- ‘A Foreign Policy For All

Source:The New Democrat From Senator Elizabeth Warren Foreign Affairs Magazine “ENDING ENDLESS WAR A foreign policy that works for all Americans must also be driven by honest assessments of the full costs and risks associated with going to war. All three … Continue reading

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The Baseline Scenario: Opinion- James Kwak- The Importance of Fairness: A New Economic Vision For The Democratic Party

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat Plus Economic fairness and social justice even is a good debate in the Democratic Party and it seems to becoming from two wings in it. From the Bernie Sanders/Elizabeth Warren social … Continue reading

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The Hill: Kevin Cirilli- New Democrats Looking to Strike Against The Warren Wing

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat Plus Blogger Andrew Sullivan about a year or so ago wrote a piece called something to the effect “where is the liberal Tea Party”. Where is the liberal alternative to the … Continue reading

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The Democratic Strategist: Blog: William Galston on Non-Populist Liberalism

The New Democrat: Blog: William Galston on Non-Populist Liberalism This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on WordPress Populism tends to get mixed in with either how should I call it, how about the hard Left and hard … Continue reading

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The Washington Post: Opinion: Michael Gerson: Are Democrats Stuck in 1979?: How The Democratic Party Has Changed

The Washington Post: Opinion: Michael Gerson: Are Democrats Stuck in 1979? This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on WordPress Just to answer Mike Gerson’s title of his column, no. Democrats are not stuck in 1979, but some … Continue reading

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The Hill: Opinion: Niall Stanage: Five Figures on the Left Who Could Challenge Hillary Clinton

The Hill: Opinion: Niall Stanage: Five Figures on the Left Who Could Challenge Hillary Clinton This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on BloggerWith all due respect to Hillary Clinton, but assuming she actually does run for president, … Continue reading

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