On Being a Brilliant, Blessed, and Well-Branded Nightmare

The Democratic Party and its progressive allies dug themselves into a deep hole in terms of [manufacturing towns] and the people who live in them. Our brand is pretty damaged in these places . . . . The good news is that the Republican brand is in no better shape.1 Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. […]

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