The party comes to Biden

ON THE BIGGEST DAY OF VOTING IN THE 2020 Democratic primary, Joe Biden’s presidential hopes came roaring back to life. “They don’t call it Super Tuesday for nothing!” Biden exulted as he rallied supporters in Los Angeles on the evening of March 3, flanked by his wife and sister. “People are talking about a revolution? We started a movement!” It was a not-so-subtle jab at Senator Bernie Sanders, the self-styled revolutionary who looked like he was on his way to the nomination before everything turned topsy-turvy. The Super Tuesday voting in 14 states, which awarded about one-third of the total delegates in the Democratic primary, capped a whirlwind few days that reordered the campaign and catapulted Biden to the front of the pack.

Biden’s resurrection sets up a fight for the party’s nomination between two starkly

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