With Senator Bernie Sanders winning seven of the last eight delegate battles ? the most recent was Tuesday night?s Wisconsin victory ? there?s a feeling in the air that most progressives haven?t felt since the Iowa caucus. It speaks to a hard truth Hillary Clinton and her choleric campaign staffers will encounter when they wake up in the morning: Bernie really could still beat Clinton and become the Democratic nominee for president.
No way, some of you are saying. The television faces said the delegate math was too hard. The superdelegates make it impossible. Hillary wins the primaries, Bernie only wins caucuses; America won?t elect a socialist; the nation won?t rally behind free healthcare and college tuition.
Despite the supposedly ineluctable logic of Sanders? unelectability, many pundits now believe there has been a seismic shift in the 2016 presidential race. It is…
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