Sarah Leonard, senior editor for The Nation, and Slate columnist Michelle Goldberg discuss the future of the Bernie Sanders coalition, a group of people who largely supported the Occupy Wall Street movement and are now at the forefront of he fight for nationwide $15 minimum wage, among other things.
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— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) April 20, 2016
@BrianLehrer The far-left isn't dead and a realignment of the major parties is inevitable now #BernieSandershttps://t.co/NshRMhmUH8
— Pat Johnson (@JerzDevl2000) April 20, 2016
Great @BrianLehrer segment now on Sanders coalition, coming (broadly) out of Occupy, Fight For 15, #BLM, w/ shout to @collier on generations
— David Moore (@ppolitics) April 20, 2016
@BrianLehrer Looks like a coalition of the idealistic and uninformed. Not a bright future. If they start a voting info movement, better.
— Liz Adams (@Fieldandfen) April 20, 2016