by Max Elbaum. Convergence.
To varying degrees all of these challenges are being taken up by key segments of today’s progressive movement. But coordination among different groups—unified messaging, effective allocation of resources, division of labor, more rapid spread of best organizing practices—is undeveloped. MAGA operates as a unified force, while progressives remain fragmented. That must change if we are to become a contender for political power. The most recent push for our movement to move decisively on this front --Time to Re-Align: We Can’t Win from Our Safety Zones—deserves serious attention.
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