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Don’t Stop Thinking About the New Covenant

Andrei Cherny explains how Clinton's rethinking of progressive policy 20 years ago still contains lessons for today.

Earlier this month, hundreds of alumni of Bill Clinton’s campaign and White House gathered in Little Rock to mark the 20th anniversary of the launch of his presidential run. They revisited their old haunts, watched a screening of the "War Room," and listened to the strains of Fleetwood Mac’s "Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow" piped over speakers. Clinton luminaries such as Al From, Don Baer, and James Carville opined on a panel commemorating the presidential run. And when Clinton himself – now white-haired and bespectacled – spoke from the same spot on the Old State House grounds where he had announced two decades earlier, one needed only to squint to be transported back to a different era.

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