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Why the center-left became immoderate

Lack of ideology and belief in nothing in particular (except perhaps more redistribution): In polarized times, political competition comes to resemble tribal warfare. Everyone is under pressure to close ranks and boost morale. Lacking an animating vision beyond expert-led incrementalism, center-left politicians and pundits have few options to rally the Democratic base other than by […] The post Why the center-left became immoderate appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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