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Backgrounder: On The Future of the Democratic Party
Some of our recent work on this vital topic:
A Strategy for Confronting Trump, Restoring Democratic Norms, Simon Rosenberg, US News & World Report, 1/31/17. To counter Trump Democrats will have to be patriots not partisans. In his new US News column Simon offers a strategy for how to draw lines and challenge a man acting far more like a dictator than an American President.
Chin Up, Democrats, Simon Rosenberg, US News & World Report, 1/20/17. In his recent column, Simon argues that Democrats should have pride in their historic accomplishments and optimism about the future of their politics.
Rediscovering the Democrats' North Star, Simon Rosenberg, US News & World Report, 12/9/16. In his recent column, Simon offers some thoughts on the path forward.
A New Generation of Democrats Will Have to Rise – NDN's Post Election Memo, Simon Rosenberg, NDN.org, 11/9/16. It is time for a more purposeful handoff from Boomer Democrats to the next generation who will have to lead the party in the years ahead.
Prior to the 2016 Election
Memo: 2016 Through A Millennial Lens – Some Initial Thoughts, Simon Rosenberg, NDN.org, 11/4/16. One of the more dramatic and potentially disruptive demographic developments in recent American politics has been the explosion of Millennials into the American electorate.
Report: In A New Global Age, Democrats Have Been Far Better for the US Economy, Deficits and Incomes, Simon Rosenberg and Chris Murphy, NDN.org, 9/13/16. Our report finds that since Communism fell, and the world changed, Democrats have been far better stewards of the economy than Republicans.
Report: Presidential Primary Debates, Simon Rosenberg and Chris Murphy, NDN.org, 5/25/16. This memo looks at the audiences the Presidential Primary debates received in 2016 and 2008.
A Wake Up Call For Democrats - Simon's 2014 Post-Election Memo, Simon Rosenberg, NDN.org, 11/7/14. Republicans have made substantial gains in recent years, and are a much stronger national party. Democrats have a lot of work to do to compete and win against a resurgent GOP.