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Bernie Sanders news and analysis from The Nation
June 4, 2021
Bernie Sanders Is Fed Up With Republican Obstruction—and Democratic Caution
“If Republicans don’t want to cooperate,” he says, “then, yes, we have to move forward without them.”
May 20, 2021
Decrying Netanyahu’s ‘Racist Nationalism,’ Bernie Tells the Senate, ‘Palestinian Lives Matter’
As the UN describes Gaza as “hell on Earth,” Sanders seeks to prohibit the transfer of $735 million in new US bombs and munitions to Israel.
April 7, 2021
One Year Ago When Bernie’s Campaign Ended, We Lost a Common Love
Of all the losses over the past year, Bernie’s campaign—the love at its core—is one we don’t talk about.
March 29, 2021
What Bernie Sanders Taught Democrats About Labor Solidarity
The senator is back on the front lines—rallying this time with Amazon workers in Alabama. And lots of top Democrats are joining him.
March 19, 2021
Bernie Backs Covid Nurses Who Are Prepared to Strike for Humane Work Conditions
The Vermont senator’s championship of a Wisconsin health care union’s demand for a contract respecting work-life balance signals a new era of labor solidarity.
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March 17, 2021
Bernie Sanders Is at the Apex of His Power
The stimulus bill shows how much Sanders has changed the Democratic Party on domestic policy. Foreign policy is the next hurdle.
March 8, 2021
Two Cheers for Joe Manchin
Democrats should let the West Virginian have his small victories while they pass big bills.
March 1, 2021
Steve Cobble Waged a 50-Year Campaign for Justice and for Peace
The strategist who started with George McGovern, stood at Jesse Jackson’s side, and drafted Bernie Sanders into presidential politics has died.
February 9, 2021
Democrats Have Inherited a Broken Senate. Can They Make It Work?
Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer has his work cut out for him. Here are four ways he could make the Senate work.
January 12, 2021
Progressives Know How to Turn the Page on the Trump Years. Biden Should Listen.
It is vital that the incoming president launch his administration with immediate, bold reforms to address the cascading crises facing the country.
Katrina vanden Heuvel