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In the personality-obsessed universe of U.S. presidential politics, “Not Me, Us” is an unlikely slogan. Bernie Sanders repeatedly insists that winning power will require even more than the presidential office—it will require a political revolution that mobilizes millions of working people at the ballot box, in their workplaces, and in their neighborhoods. The campaign has used its vast listserv to turn out supporters for picket lines and support undocumented immigrants who are living under siege from ICE raids. Along the way, the campaign has built a social movement of a sort not seen in the U.S. for decades.
Bernie Sanders's bid for political office presents an unprecedented opportunity for socialists. Join Philly DSA to talk about his campaign and how we can win power.
Nancy Fraser, “From Progressive Neoliberalism to Trump and Beyond”
Jedediah Britton-Purdy, “A World to Make: Eleven Theses for the Bernie Sanders Generation”
Luke Savage, “Bernie Sanders Has a Plan — But He’s Also Building a Movement”
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