Politics and the 2020 Elections: An Interview with Congressman Ro Khanna

William Armaline
Apr 2, 2019 - 6:00

California Congressman Ro Khanna (D-17) has been busy lately. In addition to staking out extremely progressive stances on everything from reparations for African American communities, to cannabis legalization, to US intervention in Venezuela or Yemen, Congressman Khanna has made a name for himself as an outspoken but empirically driven intellect in the growing left wing of the Democratic Party. Most recently, Khanna became one of four national co-chairs of the Bernie Sanders 2020 presidential campaign. We caught up with him after introducing Senator Sanders at rallies in Los Angeles and San Francisco to discuss the campaign and some of his own policy ideas....

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5 Replies to “Politics and the 2020 Elections: An Interview with Congressman Ro Khanna”

  1. I want to echo kudos to the author for pushing deeper on the issues of reparations and police violence. It’s easy for folks (especially politicians) to say, yes, there should be reparations or the blanket comment, ‘we should reform the criminal justice system.’ I appreciate the digging in on ideas around how that would actually look in reality. Great article.

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