Elizabeth Warren, populist leader

Elizabeth Warren, populist leader

Washington : DC : USA | Sep 06, 2012 at 10:37 AM PDT
Source: Washington Post
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Her speech was powerful, hard hitting and well delivered, winning thunderous applause and big cheers from the Democratic delegates in the audience. There was little question when she left the stage that, if she were to win her Senate race, she'd be a likely leader of the populist wing of the Democratic... FULL ARTICLE AT Washington Post
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