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Warren and Sanders to the Centrists: Move Left or Go Home

Daniel Newhauser and Cameron Joseph Vice
Tuesday night was Bernie and Liz vs. the world. Warren and Sanders parried attack after attack from a number of centrists desperate to claw their way into the next debate, counter-punching hard as they defended their stridently progressive policies.

CNN's Debate Fail

David Dayen Common Dreams
The Democratic debate was an inevitable by-product of turning news into an entertainment and cultural product

The Democratic Choice: Change or Continuity

Robert Borosage Campaign for America's Future
Clinton, the favorite, made a calculated decision to wrap herself tightly to Barack Obama. She praised his health care reforms and pledged to “defend and build on the Affordable Care Act” and to “make it work,” and while Sanders praised President Obama, whom he supported in 2008 and 2012, he made it clear he had differences with him – and that this country needed transformative change.

Democrats Scheduled Debates on Days When No One Is Watching

Alvin Chang Vox
TV ratings are generally lower on Friday and Saturday nights, which probably explains why there has never been a general election debate on a Saturday night. On the flip side, Thursday is king when it comes to debates. Of the 100 debates since the 2000 election cycle, 27 of them have been on a Thursday. The three general election debates on Thursdays garnered an average of 66.5 million viewers per event — by far the biggest number.
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