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Monday, March 19, 2007
  Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch

If you've read the last three posts, stop by The Third Estate for a good discussion of how the same strategic considerations apply to the Democratic coalition.

I'm a passionate supporter of the newly-emerging progressive movement, which could ultimately transform American politics as much as the conservative movement has. But let's learn from the conservatives' mistakes, as well as their triumphs.

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Thanks for the link Paul. I've been slogging away at this stuff for 3 years now, but have never really found an audience. I wrote a great deal about the development of the political parties and the ideological structure of U.S. politics a couple of years ago. Maybe I should put up some links to it sometime. The new blogger has a good organizational function, I just haven't gotten around to using it yet - I've got over 800 posts! But I suppose I should make the time.
I'd love to see that.

Blogging's a slog, isn't it. It's not exactly a meritocracy - there's a lot of good stuff out there that doesn't get the audience it deserves. But you link the work, and I'll be happy to link to it too..
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