Getting a spot at the Democratic debates just got harder The Democratic National Committee (DNC) just changed the rules for 2020 candidates hoping to get onstage for the September debate. Not everyone is happy.
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The virtues include realism and idealism, optimism, respect for truth, compassion, humility, tolerance and compromise, humor, creativity, temperance, self-discipline, passion, and courage; prudence, to properly balance, prioritize, and fit together these values to achieve the greatest good. Political wisdom, a compelling national vision, and a personal background that meshes with that vision—these are qualities I look for in a candidate. I look for skills such as being a good administrator and communicator. If such a person possesses such qualities and skills, they will be reflected in issue positions on such matters as climate change and health care and make him/her popular enough to make Trump a one-term president.
Walter Moss is History professor emeritus at Eastern Michigan, author of An Age of Progress?: Clashing Twentieth-Century Global Forces (2008).