The progressive left needs to sort out its priorities. Is "non-gendered" language, for instance, more important than economic fairness? It's time to decide, because failure to properly prioritize could hinder the whole movement. Even casual observers of US domestic politics could quickly discern that while the right is more homogeneous and cohesive, the left is far more splintered. Conservatives, typically, are more willing to line up behind their chosen one, while liberals and progressives spend a disproportionate amount of time on infighting. This can be seen in both the top echelons of the Democratic Party (Nancy Pelosi's thinly-veiled attacks on the 'squad,' for example) — and among the lowest rungs (grassroots progressive activists griping at each other over the use of "gendered" language). While polls show that Republicans are still broadly supportive of Trump (some fanatically so), there are also conservatives, disillusioned by the Trump presidency, whose votes are up for...
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