Markets don't determine what we value. The markets reflect what we value. And it is not about rejecting capitalism as such. It's about building a society that reflects the value of every everyday ordinary people in our society. And I think that argument has to be had."
The age of Reagan is collapsing," Glaude said. "What will take its place? That is the question we are grappling with.
What is ironic is that many who claim to be against what Reagan represented do not realize that they are playing the game he intended them to play and that is why the pilfering is as longlasting as it is. He changed the vernacular. He made what is right and plausible seem unattainable. Real Progressives and millennials will not be played. It will do well for the Democratic Party, the current residence of Progressives, to wake up. Progressives will not remain just the left rail of a track going nowhere they want to go. They want a detour but given their current state, a derailment ain't all that bad.