Democrats Try to Shake Things Up in a Tough Election Year

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At this weekend's party convention in downtown Los Angeles, California Democrats tried to frame this year's elections as a battle of wills between Wall Street and Main Street, with Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer and Jerry Brown urging party activists to generate Tea Party-style passion.  That's according to Carla Marinucci, political reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle. We speak with her and with veteran Democratic political consultant Darry Sragow.




Warren Olney