When the Democratic establishment opposes the universal programs in Bernie Sanders’s platform, it’s not because they want to do more to address racism. It’s because they want to do less.
Jonah Birch is a visiting assistant professor in sociology at Appalachian State University and a contributing editor at Jacobin.
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