Adolph Reed on the Two Parties

(Interview segment on Behind the News with Doug Henwood)

“We now have a singular if not bipartisan neo-liberal party one wing of which is committed to neo-liberalism that attaches a high value to equality of opportunity that’s enacted in the discourse of multiculturalism and diversity and the other that’s committed to neoliberalism that’s appended to an active opposition to multi-culturalism and diversity. And each side mobilizes an electoral base that made up of those who are either for multiculturalism and diversity or those who are actively opposed to multiculturalism and diversity. Meanwhile, the 80 to 90 percent of policy decisions and courses of action that effect the 85 to 95 percent of the society most crucially-there’s a complete consensus on.”

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