The Book Corporate Dems Do NOT Want You Reading: Recent History Of Democratic Party Reveals Corrosive Influence Of Corporate Cash, Betrayal Of Workers & The Road To Reform

This is a book of real hope for progressives.

In his new book Intercept journalist Ryan Grim lays out what exactly has happened to what used to be known as the party of the working people. Grim shows that when democrats truly stand for progressive ideas and values they win. As Grim documents in this fascinating book, over and over, tired old usual program of Democratic Party Wall Street obsequious corporate ‘centrism’ is the ticket to failure and ruin.

If we — and the climate crisis stressed planet — hope to survive, we must wrest back control of the Democratic party.

The three video interviews linked to in this story are excellent.

Progressives, Read This Book Encouraging Book!

— Mark L. Taylor


Strong Arm Press

Ryan Grim’s new book, We’ve Got People: From Jesse Jackson to AOC, The End Of Big Money And The Rise Of A Movement, will be [has been] published in paperback on May 28, 2019, by Strong Arm Press. Osita Nwanevu, a staff writer at The New Yorker, says that “Grim’s We’ve Got People is a splendid and long-overdue history of the modern Democratic Party offering vital context for this pivotal moment in liberal and left politics.”

Author Naomi Klein adds: “If you’ve been reading Ryan Grim’s consistently groundbreaking reporting over the past decade, the recent monumental shift in our politics came as little surprise. For anybody who wants to understand where we’ve been and where we’re going, We’ve Got People is an essential read.”

Grim is The Intercept’s Washington bureau chief. He previously headed the D.C. bureau for The Huffington Post, leading a team that was twice a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, winning once. The author of This Is Your Country On Drugs, this is his second book.

Link To Story And Several Good Video Interviews With The Author

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