Democrats Used to Be Able to Get Things Done. What Happened?

But Democrats have a problem that has bedeviled their leaders on and off ever since shrewd political bosses from Albany and stalwart Jeffersonians from Virginia founded what would become the party roughly 200 years ago. They lack a social movement of working people that could turn passive support for universal social programs into a force large and vocal enough to enact lasting change. Read the story here.
By Michael Kazin
The New York Time, February 25, 2022

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