ANALYSIS: Democrats' 'Revolution' Flirts With Insurrection

“We are stronger together,” the campaign slogan says. But the voices of the convention say there’s still strong interest in staying apart. A raucous Democratic National Convention opened Monday night under conditions previously found only in paperback political thrillers. The chairwoman of the Democratic Party was almost booed away entirely. The city was on a sweltering, soaked and locked-down edge. A massive email hack of the Democratic National Committee was being blamed on the Russians. A night that was intended to showcase Democratic unity instead exposed the opposite. Mere mentions of Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine drew jeers and worse from delegates early on. Tellingly, the closing line of Bernie Sanders’ much-anticipated speech, in which he said Clinton “would make an outstanding president,” was met with an odd mix of cheers, boos and chants. After a tense first day of the convention, it was left to a trio of Democratic superstars — none of whom have a particular history...[read more]

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