The Infinite Splintering of the Left
Ryan Huber

This is well stated. Add to it the very real electoral structural disadvantages the Dem party is facing (sheer number of red states; red congressional districts) plus the disenfranchisement of traditional Dem voting blocs because of this splintering you’re talking about and what you have is a good, old-fashioned crack up.

However, I’ll suggest that both parties, and their relevant ideological bases, are fraying because of a mass personalization in our culture and the growing irrelevance of our governments at all levels.

Kiss the two party system Goodbye.

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