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The Democratic Strategist

Political Strategy for a Permanent Democratic Majority

The Democrats major problem is not the tea party minority; it’s the non-tea party white working class. The key strategic question is whether an aggressive populist appeal is actually the best way to seek their support. By Andrew Levison

In recent days a consensus on Democratic strategy for 2010 appears to be emerging. As Stan Greenberg says in the latest D-Corps memo…
Read the entire memo here.

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