by Chris Bodenner

Ambinder pens a eulogy for the Democratic Leadership Council. Chait opines:

I always had mixed feelings about the group. I think it was about half innovative effort to counterbalance traditional Democratic interest groups, and half naked effort to suck up to corporate America and/or give contentless messaging cover to red state Democrats. But for the main part, the DLC disappeared because its work was over. The remaking of the Democratic Party begun by Clinton held in place.

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