Kath­leen Geier has writ­ten for The Nation, The Baf­fler and The New Repub­lic. She lives in Chicago.
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Bloomberg Unleashes Warren’s Rage—At Last
If Warren has a superpower, it is her anger—a righteous, coruscating fury that beautifully clarifies the moral stakes of a rigged economy.
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What an Elizabeth Warren Presidency Would Look Like
Warren is a “visionary implementer.”
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Yes, A Woman Can Beat Trump
Democrats have learned all the wrong lessons from the 2016 election.
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Elizabeth Warren’s Universal Child Care Plan Is a Good Start. Other 2020 Candidates Can Up the Ante.
Warren's plan represents a big step forward, but we should demand something far bolder to address the child care crisis in America.
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Democrats’ Waffling on Abortion Rights Isn’t Just Wrong, It’s a Huge Political Mistake
The party needs an uncompromising moral vision that will energize its base: pro-choice women.
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The Clintons’ Dominance of Democratic Politics Is Over—And They Will Not Be Remembered Fondly
Self-inflicted wounds, an out-of-touch candidate and a party more concerned about Wall Street than the working class sealed the Clinton campaign's defeat.
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If Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are “Progressive,” Then the Word Has Lost All Meaning
How the term 'progressive' became an empty marketing tool for corporate Democrats.
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The Bernie Debate: Would Sanders Advance Feminism and Racial Justice Better Than Clinton?
Feminists debate symbolism, socialism and racial politics in the presidential race