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How the US mid-terms could kickstart a new era of progressive reform

By making so many voters angry, Trump will succeed where Clinton failed—and get Democrats to vote

By Stan Greenberg   May 2018

Photo: Tannen Maury/EPA/REX/Shutterstock

Get yourself into a totally different mindset when you try to understand this year’s US mid-term elections. Congressional elections are, of course, no rare thing. They happen every two years, and when the White House is not up for grabs, the President can normally expect a bit of a bruising. But this time around, we can look out for something more significant.

November’s vote will almost certainly kick off a new progressive era of reform, much like the cluster of elections, starting with the 1910 mid-terms, which…

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