Larry Cohen is board chair of Our Revolution and the past president of the Communications Workers of America. He has been on the Democratic National Committee since 2005.

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What the Progressive Wing of the Democratic Party Has Planned Next
Rather than taking a back seat, progressives are using their expanded ranks to flex their muscle in Congress—and transform the Democratic Party.
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Want Progressive U.S. Politics? Continue to Reform the Democratic Party Rules
There would be far more elected officials like Jamaal Bowman and AOC, if New York complied with the new Party reforms.
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One Big Reason Bernie Sanders Must Stay in the Race
Only if he continues his campaign will the Democratic Party reform movement be able to bring resolutions to the convention floor.
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Larry Hanley Was a Transformational Labor Leader. He Will Be Missed.
Labor
What Today’s Anti-Trump Resistance Can Learn From a Progressive Who Won in Reagan Country
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The Progressive Platform Gains Are Significant—But The Political Revolution Isn’t Stopping There
Now that Sanders has declared his support for Clinton, a senior Sanders campaign advisor maps the road ahead.
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How to Make the Democratic Nominating Process Actually Democratic
A Sanders campaign advisor lays out 3 proposals.
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3 Next Steps for the Political Revolution
Bernie Sanders can't do it alone.
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Bernie Sanders’ Election Would Mean the End of ‘Too Big To Fail’ on Wall Street
Why have the power players of the Democratic Party allowed this to continue?