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One of the key developments of the past 40 years was the dismantling of FDR's New Deal, stripping taxpayers of essential protections and shifting the country's wealth to business elites. Ordinary citizens vastly outnumber those invested in keeping the American people powerless. Together, we can start the process of reclaiming and re-imagining the policies enacted by the New Deal, demanding passage of national legislation that will:
It's far better to dream big than to subside into disillusionment and hopelessness, disempowering ourselves. Even taking a single step toward one of these objectives will help. Multiply a single step by millions, and people power can change the world.
Think globally, act locally: the work you do in your own community will make a visible difference to you and your neighbors. The results will ripple out across the country, inspiring others. There is growing grassroots activism against big power and big money in cities and counties across the U.S. Here are some ways to invest your own citizen energy locally:
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