Anyone who thinks that the struggle for center-progressive-left-democratic unity can be dispensed with should think again in light of yesterday’s unprecedented events in Washington. Trump and his movement will come out of their seditious and treasonous action likely weaker, but still a formidable political bloc that can’t be discounted by the Biden administration or the expansive democratic coalition that supported him during the election. The terrain of struggle shifted on election day, once more on January 5 when an African American and Jewish American were elected to Congress from the state of Georgia, and then the day after, but not so much that the broad democratic front can afford to lose sight of the ongoing Trumpist danger and what inexorably follows — the imperative for broad unity.