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Our Revolution: Yes; But First Some Questions

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" "Anyone for Democracy," November 22, 2015

" "Senator Bernie Sanders and America's 'Mainstream,'" July 25, 2015

" "Bernie's Media Challenge," June 19, 2015

" "Bernie! Why the 99% Should Support Bernie's Campaign," June 1, 2015

Now the primaries and caucuses -- and the Bernie Sanders for President campaign -- are over. On July 26, 2016, the Democratic National Convention delegates selected Hillary Clinton as their nominee for president of the United States. Notwithstanding his having run against Hillary -- with speeches noting the disparity between what each of them has chosen to fight for, and against, during the past 30 years -- Senator Sanders made the motion for her nomination at the Convention, endorsed her, and indicated he would campaign for her.

So what's the current status of "Our Revolution"?

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The organization was officially "launched" with an hour-plus video stream into 2600 home gatherings across America the evening of August 24. David Weigel and John Wagner, "Bernie Sanders Launches 'Our Revolution With Electoral Targets -- and a Few Critics Left Behind," Washington Post (online), August 24, 2016.

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