The Rainbow Platform

A model for better platforms for political parties

The progressive left is suffering from two contradictory problems: The abundance of single-issue political litmus and purity tests threatens base cohesion and coalition building; Yet, also, the lack of a broad platform of specific policy proposals leaves the Democratic party feeling like a party without a cause.

How can a progressive party adopt a specific platform to rally people around it, while still building a broad coalition that appears to a breadth of voters and lawmakers…

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Eyas

Eyas

Software Engineer living in Brooklyn, NY. MIT Computer Science S.B. ’13, M.Eng. ‘14. From Amman, Jordan. Interested in politics, current affairs, and technology