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Party politics is dying, so make citizen movements the new unifier

This article is co-authored by Colombe Cahen-Salvador and Andrea Venzon, and was originally published in the Economist, on November 1, 2019. Click here to read the original piece. 

Our grandparents attended party conventions teeming with balloons and bunting. Our parents took to the streets to demand radical changes from those same parties. Our generation regards political parties as a relic of an era of black-and-white television, transatlantic ocean-liners and the jitterbug. We simply don’t care about them at all. We care about issues, not allegiances.

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