Rick Perlstein

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Center for Democratic Values

The Center for Democratic Values (CDV) was launched[1]at the 1995 Democratic Socialists of America National Convention as a means of contesting the current hegemony of capitalist ideas.

By 1997 CDV network members Ron Aronson, Nelson Lichtenstein, Harry Brod, Maxine Phillips, Rick Perlstein, Anna Marie Smith and Skip Oliver were all publishing op-ed pieces for the Progressive Media Network and local newspapers. Topics include arts funding in schools, the Teamsters election, the meaning of Clinton's reelection for women, and the use of polls in elections.

Netroots Nation

Perlstein was a speaker for a Netroots Nation convention.[2]

JournoList

Rick Perlstein, Author, Campaign for America’s Future, was an identified member of JournoList - an email group of approximately 400 "progressive" and socialist journalists, academics and "new media" activists.

JournoList members reportedly coordinated their messages in favor of Barack Obama and the Democrats, and against Sarah Palin and the Republican Party. JournoList was founded in 2007 and was closed down in early 2010.[3]

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