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View from the Left: Yes, Mr. Ornstein, Democrats definitely want a congressional majority

In a Thursday Atlantic piece, famed author and congressional observer Norm Ornstein asked, "Should Democrats Really Want a Congressional Majority?" Unequivocally, yes! To be fair, Ornstein was simply noting the perils of either party trying to govern with slim majorities. As he points out, expectations on the progressive left would likely far exceed what Democrats could deliver in spite of potentially controlling both congressional chambers and the executive branch.
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