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A path forward for southern democrats

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Furman University political science graduate Ben Saul (Class of 2013) has a three-pronged plan for the Democratic Party to shore up support in the South. He says, “If Southern Democrats begin to offer our policy ideas under the core values of Economic Security, Educational Opportunity, and Social Inclusion, we can start to regain the trust of voters and compete once again on the state and local level.” Read more in a Greenville News commentary by Saul, a Truman Scholar and past president of Young Democrats of Greenville County. Saul  holds an Ed.M. from Harvard University.

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