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Hillary Clinton Does Not Represent All Women—and Makes Some Feel Powerless

After surveying six diverse feminists, Katie Halper—a writer, comedian and radio personality—found that not everyone in the feminist community is celebrating the prospect of a female president.

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Insiders and Outsiders Mingle at the Democratic National Convention

This presidential election has generated exciting levels of political participation among U.S. citizens. In the long run, that can only be good for American democracy.

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Democratic Convention Live Blog: From Boos to Everyone Loves Hillary Clinton

Day 1 of the Democratic National Convention started with chaos and ended with Bernie Sanders endorsing the former secretary of state. Will his supporters follow his lead?

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Bernie Sanders on ‘The Late Show’: ‘The Struggle for Social Justice Will Continue’ (Video)

The presidential candidate tells Stephen Colbert he and his 1,900 delegates plan to make waves at the Democratic convention.

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Why California Now Matters So Much to Bernie Sanders and the Entire Democratic Party

Sanders is not just campaigning hard to win California, but to try to change the party’s nominating process.

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Stopping the War Machine: Military Recruiters Must Be Confronted

As a former United States Marine Corps sergeant who was shot and paralyzed from my mid-chest down during my second tour of duty in Vietnam on Jan. 20, 1968, I am sending my complete support and admiration to all those now involved in the courageous struggle to stop military recruitment in Berkeley and across the country.

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