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Issues the Donor Class will Prioritize in Controlling the DNC, Unless Warren/Sanders Progressives Unite

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Even back in 1996, the majority of Americans were turned off by campaign financing.

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From 24 years ago issues favored by the top ¼ of 1% (Political Donor Class), little has changed. Regardless of party affiliation this poster-group for plutocracy is elitist and homogenous in their bias toward political issues, as follows:

More than half favored tax cuts even if they required cuts in public services

On balance oppose national health insurance, additional anti-poverty spending and oppose reductions in defense spending

Back gay rights, free trade and, of course, keeping big money in politics.

Are fairly evenly divided on environmental protection and affirmative action.

In 2020, unity among Sanders/Warren Progressives is the last line of defense against the Democratic Party continuing as GOP-lite on the issues decimating America’s middle and under classes.
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A seasoned financial professional, currently providing subject matter expertise on a variety of regulatory topics, including the Dodd-Frank Act, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and overall compliance monitoring. He has previously held (more...)
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