American Democrats are anxiously awaiting their next opportunity to retake control of the House of Representatives. With US president Donald Trump’s approval ratings at historic lows, doing so might seem like an easy feat. But now the Democrats have become their own worst enemy. In The Guardian, Boston-based social activist Pete Davis outlines the main issues currently separating the “liberal” and “left wing” branches of the Democratic Party and suggests how the two sides could transcend their differences.
In this summary, you will learn
- What issues are dividing members of the US Democratic Party,
- Why US Democrats have struggled to present a united front against US president Donald Trump and
- How the two sides can reconcile their differences.
About the Author
Pete Davis is a writer and civic reformer currently attending Harvard Law School.