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From 1968 through 1992, Republicans tended to control the White House. Since then, they’ve more frequently controlled Congress, which has moved them even more to the right.
They ran against Wall Street and carried the white working class. The Democrats who shunned populism got clobbered.
The administration’s foreclosure relief program was designed to help bankers, not homeowners. That disgrace will haunt Democrats.
LGBT activists and funders are debating the movement’s post-marriage priorities.
They can become the party of working Americans and win. Or they can appease Wall Street and lose.