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A column penned for CNN noted the Democratic presidential primary field and the success of older, white, male candidates as expressing the “enduring power of aging, white men.”
Pointing to candidates Joe Biden, 77, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 78, and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, 77, the article notes the contrast of the men with the general direction of the party. “It’s of a piece with a deeper stress in the Democratic race: The party is growing diversity-wise, but in important ways it’s still marked by septuagenarian white men,” wrote Brandon Tensley, a CNN Politics writer.
The article goes on to state the following:
Tensley noted recent Hollywood productions Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood and The Irishman as notable examples of older, white men being aged out of their respective professions and struggling to stay relevant. By contrast, however, Tensley noted that top Democratic candidates for president don’t experience the same fate.
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The movies “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and “The Irishman” are thoughtful reckonings with aging, shining a light on the rigorous reflection that often doesn’t happen in the stubborn, real-life political world — but should. https://t.co/kzPyWZtlY0 | Analysis by Brandon Tensley
— CNN (@CNN) December 8, 2019
A column penned for CNN noted the Democratic presidential primary field and the success of older, white, male candidates as expressing the “enduring power of aging, white men.https://t.co/0DfRG0iTwZ
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December 8, 2019
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