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On Composer-Bros and Bernie Bashing: The Aesthetic Politics of the Ultra-Woke

In the 2016 Democratic primary, thirteen million voters pulled the lever for a candidate running on a traditional left liberal platform calling for a government jobs programs, a less bellicose foreign policy, a crackdown on Wall Street criminals and serious efforts to address an impending climate catastrophe.

At least, that’s what most of us who voted for Sanders thought we were doing.

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