Have the Democrats learned the lessons of the disaster of 2016?  Jeff Cohen talks about the progressives’ fight to win the party away from dependence on corporate contributions—and instead to mobilize the grassroots.  Jeff is one of the co-authors of “Democratic Autopsy—One Year Later.”

Also: Arizona has been a red state, ground zero for Trump’s anti-immigrant politics, but it’s changing.  Sasha Abramsky has returned from Tucson, with a report on how and why the Democrats seem likely to flip a key House seat there.

Plus: A historic challenge to Republicans is underway in Georgia, where Stacey Abrams is campaigning to become the state’s first black governor, and first female.  The polls have her tied with her opponent, a far-right figure endorsed by Trump. Joan Walsh just got back from Georgia with a report.