For John, BLUF: I am not sure if this is a generational switch or a sign that folks under the age of 50 never got a good education in history and economics. Nothing to see here; just move along.
From The Boston Globe, by Columnist Joan Vennochi, 30 July 2018.
This is an Opinion Piece about Massachusetts US Representative Mike Capuano, his challenger in September, Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, who has endorsed Ms Pressley. What I found interesting was that Ms Vennochi managed to write the whole 631 word OpEd without once mentioning that older generation Democrats are also being threatened from the Republican side.
Can you believe it? But, here is a Friday article in The [Lowell] Sun that says opposition is not just in September,♠ but at the vote in November.
As to the Democratic Socialism now invading the Democratic Party, they seem to not understand that Capitalism has pull the vast majority of People across the globe out of abject poverty in the last 300 years, but people like Venezuela's President Maduro are trying to reverse that trend.
Regards — Cliff
♠ Yes, if you are going to be out of town on 4 September, the Primary Election Voting Day, the day after Labor Day, you can go down to Lowell City Hall on this coming Monday (6 August) and vote in the primary. On Tuesday you can even do it after 5:00 PM.