Mark Solomon's interlude draws lessons from the Sanders campaign and argues that the left needs to distinguish between Clinton's neo-liberal centrism and the centrism of her supporters. He further argues that the Sanders campaign has demonstrated that 'the Democratic Party can become contested terrain, shaking the Party’s corporate-infl uenced Establishment, striking a deeply responsive chord among young people, unlocking powerful energy in the millennial generation that has, as Sanders proclaimed, “won the future.”'

We will be rolling out the individual "interludes"  over the next few months.