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Re: wsn daily digest, #841
by Jay Fenello
10 August 2003 05:12 UTC
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A real progressive is Dennis Kucinich,
who's gotten virtually no media attention
since Dean entered the spotlight.

I suspect it's no coincidence ...


At 7/17/2003  07:28 AM, Chris wrote:
(2) the fall of Bush and the rise of what? Who is there in the US today as a
> progressive political alternative that will contest elections?

Unfortunately true. I can see an Israel or Italy scenario where a right winger who doesn't have all that solid support gets reelected by virtue of the disorganization of opposition forces.
Is not Dean being cast in precisely this role? I can't say that I have much sense of just how "progressive" he is, but do you consider his candidacy so unlikely?


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