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For some Democrats, being anti-Trump may not be enough

The Democrats are divided: one faction thinks it has to be centrist to retake ground lost in 2016 and defeat Trump in 2020; the other is pushing for a radical, progressive agenda

THE election of Barack Obama as US president in 2008 came as a major blow to the leaders and activists of the Republican Party, who did not expect that a mostly-white electorate that had traditionally adhered to a centrist ideological outlook would choose a liberal Democrat who happened to be a...

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