It was a gloomy weekend for Democrats hoping to unify in opposition to President Donald Trump. Fresh from a divisive power struggle at the Democratic National Committee meeting in Atlanta, party leaders found themselves asked to choose between embracing their anti-establishment wing and empowering the moderates those insurgents want to purge.
Here's some good advice from one of their best strategic thinkers: Do both.
James Carville, who ran Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign a
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