Millennials would make a big mistake to give up on the Democratic Party. There is proof that liberals are successfully taking it back from the corrupt corporate wing. On the first half, In These Times staff writer Theo Anderson specifies how it’s working, state by state. And he reminds us that we can learn from the right wing, which was crushed in 1964, only to own the party by 1980. Patience and perseverance is called for. And on the second half, international relations and military history professor Andrew Bacevich talks about why western belligerence can not be successful against ISIS, and he suggests what can work.