Brad Miller

Roosevelt Institute

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Senior fellow at the Roosevelt Institute; former congressman representing North Carolina's 13th Congressional District (2003-2013) 

Brad Miller on KCRW

Hillary Clinton may not be facing much of a primary challenge, but that doesn't mean that Democrats aren't divided among themselves.

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