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LISTEN: Les Leopold vs. Bruce Levine: Where Is the Progressive Revolt?

Where is the progressive version of the Tea Party movement?

Bruce E. Levine thinks that many on the left have given up hope, that progressive movements have grown too used to being on the losing side to mount much of a counterattack. Les Leopold disagrees, and feels that many progressive organizations aren’t being given their due for all of the work that they do. What do you think?

The exchange that began in the pages of AlterNet continues on the air on KPFA’s Morning Show.

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