“These people can now stop pretty much anyone they want”: Wall Street in the Elizabeth Warren era – Salon.com

There was a time when the left-liberal wing of the Democratic party was shunned by the party apparatus, after the Nixon reelection of 1972 and the election of 1988, when the Republicans called Michael Dukakus a “liberal,” like it was an STD. (With his treatment of welfare recipients and the LGBT community, he was anything but.)

Now, the progressive element of the party is on the march. Great, and I’m in the movement that will eventually move the country more towards Democratic Socialism.

 

“These people can now stop pretty much anyone they want”: Wall Street in the Elizabeth Warren era – Salon.com

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