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The demonic suction tube

Suddenly America's political cauldron bubbles with hope and possibility -- not just because the Democrats have won races across the country, but because voters pushed back in record numbers against the forces of Trump and racism and the longstanding lies of entrenched wealth.

Now the work begins: to hold our political leadership accountable for real change --the sort of change that is too easily ducked by the powerful. The time has come to change who we are as a nation, to transform the national identity.

Here's a simpler way to put it: "Will the new House Democrats take on the war lobby?"

This question is the headline of an by Medea Benjamin and

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