Episode

12/11 Mike Konczal: A Tea Party For Liberals

December 11, 2013

The Roosevelt Institute’s Mike Konczal explains why the new Volcker Rule regulations are good, the three reasons the left does not have its own Tea Party, what is the Tea Party? How the Tea Party succeeds across the board at pushing policy to the right, how the Tea Party has pushed state politics to the far right, can the left rebuild itself? The importance of holding the corporate funded Third Way group accountable and what’s good about the new Volcker Rule regulations.

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