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Midterm Matters:An upcoming congressional primary race in Massachusetts illustrates how progressive voters are as well as their professional records. Democrats’ growing coalition of young and minority voters could give the party a chance to Meanwhile, Reihan Salam argues, Republicans have an opportunity to respond to the progressive slogan of “Medicare for All” with

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