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Inequality and "The Rigged System": Democrats Search For a New Message

The financial crisis and ensuing recession scrambled Americans' fears and desires, leaving an electorate defined by some variety of anger: at stagnant paychecks, at bank bailouts and government spending, at police shootings of blacks and at women's lower wages; anger against a "rigged system." Unfortunately for the Democratic Party -- the party of government -- most voters tend to think government is doing the rigging.
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