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Progressive Organizing and the Presidential Primary: The Intercept’s 2019 Politics Coverage


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“I never actually endorsed the plan. They went ahead and used my name,” said one prominent South Carolinian who the campaign named as a top supporter.
By Ryan Grim

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Democrats have sidestepped the question of Hunter Biden’s ethics, and how much responsibility Joe Biden deserves. Republicans, though, have no such qualms.
By Ryan Grim

Photo: Andres Kudacki

She wasn’t yet the target of conservative hate-thirst, and up until two months before I met her, she was still going by “Sandy” and working at a bar.
By Aída Chávez

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Thanks to Kamala Harris’s predecessor, the San Francisco DA’s office had files on clergy sex abusers. But Harris refused to share them with victims.
By Lee Fang, Video by Leighton Akio Woodhouse

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Linking with women-led labor struggles is her way of answering those who want to push her away from economic policy and into a “women’s issues” box.
By Ryan Grim

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If Democrats manage to seize the Senate and make Schumer the majority leader, it will be in large part due to the work of an organized left.
By Ryan Grim, Akela Lacy, Aída Chávez

Photo: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP

The choice of Abrams sends a clear message: The Trump administration intends to brutalize Venezuela, while proclaiming our love for human rights.
By Jon Schwarz

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Activists working on Sanders’s 2016 campaign innovated an approach to organizing that was replicated in Europe and is driving his current presidential bid.
By Ryan Grim

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Jeremy Ben-Ami claimed his organization would only exist for a few years. But as the two-state solution grew distant, J Street solidified into a D.C. institution.
By Maryam Saleh, Ryan Grim

Photo Illustration: Soohee Cho

Rupert Murdoch’s oldest son has taken charge of Fox News. The family’s role in the far-right network is coming under greater scrutiny.
By Peter Maass

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