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Did progressives sell themselves short?

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Last weekend at the Working Families Party (WFP) convention in Albany, after some speeches, a floor fight, some recriminations and a lot of discussion, the delegates decided to endorse Andrew Cuomo for a second term as governor. Did they sell themselves short in the process? The Working Families Party was formed in 1998 by labor union members, community organizations, public interest groups, environmental advocates and others supporting progressive policies. Its role in state and local ...

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