Democratic Party now is a party of angry old white folks

Kolodziej, Elaine
March 2015
Wilson County News;3/18/2015, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p8A
The author reflects on the Democratic presidential candidates that include many old white leaders like Hillary Rodham Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid.


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