Democratic Party Lacks Message, Author Says

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In his new book about the Democratic party, Matt Bai, a political reporter for The New York Times Magazine, chronicles what he calls "the first political movement of the Internet age." Yet he argues that although the Democrats have a message machine, they still lack a message.

Matt Bai, author, The Argument: Billionaires, Bloggers and the Battle to Remake Democratic Politics; writes about national politics for The New York Times Magazine

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