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Democrats need to do more than fundraise and say 'see you in November'

Informed Dissent.

By Jeffrey C. Billman

No sooner had five Supreme Court justices—four men, four appointed by presidents who lost the popular vote, three confirmed by a Senate that represented a minority of the country, two credibly accused of sexual assault, one occupying a stolen seat—declared that women were no longer in charge of their own health care choices, the texts and emails began pouring in. “Jeffrey, this isn’t a normal fundraising email,” a normal fundraising email from Nancy Pelosi told me. “And a normal response won’t suffice.”

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