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Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn Might Create a Revolution

After several decades of an emerging “centrist” wing in both the US’s and Britain’s parties on the left, Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn arrive as the faces of a firm progressive push. Last week, British economists Mathew Lawrence and James Meadway met with US Democrats to discuss Jeremy Corbyn’s economic policy in a meeting sponsored by the Democracy Collaborative and the Congressional Progressive Caucus Center. 

Publication date: 2019-04-11
Parent publication: The Nation
Publication URL: https://www.thenation.com/article/bernie-sanders-and-jeremy-corbyn-might-create-a-revolution/

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