He’s a leading contender, surging in the polls but the Democratic Party is wielding a real war on Bernie Sanders. According to Princeton history professor Matt Karp, it’s without precedent. Bernie Sanders is clearly carrying on FDR and LBJ Democratic traditions and principles more than the establishment pick, yet there is fierce unprecedented resistance from insiders. Have they turned their backs on what it used to mean to be a Democrat? Could this mean less party insider relevance in the future?  What is the future identity of the party? This is one very interesting discussion.

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