“Democrats have moved toward what is elsewhere often called ‘social democracy,’ meaning a mixed economy with a robust welfare state. ‘It’s a term that’s common in Europe that’s never taken off here,’ explains Michael Kazin, a historian at Georgetown and a longtime activist on the left. ‘That’s what Bernie Sanders is. Certainly, he’d be right at home in the Labour Party in Britain.’ Further to the left lies democratic socialism, which supports social ownership of the economy itself.”

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