The Chicago Way, Ep. 198: The Deceleration of Dependence, what DNC’s lack of moderates means for 2020, and more

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The Chicago Way w/John Kass – Ep 198: John Kass and Jeff Carlin are joined by the co-founder and publisher of Real Clear Politics Tom Bevan to analyze the ever-growing cast of hopefuls vying for the DNC 2020 nomination. Plus, Kasso offers an updated version of the United States’ founding document, one that better reflects the current state of politics. Behold, “The Declaration of Dependence.”

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