A challenge for the democratic and progressive coalition (I prefer coalition to movement because it suggests a formation that is looser organizationally and politically) is not to allow Biden’s old school foreign policy to sour its attitude towards his new school domestic policy. This isn’t an argument to strike a position of silence on the administration’s posture and actions on a global level; only a caution not to lose sight of the significance of the administration’s domestic legislative initiatives that, if won, will address many sides of present crisis in day to day living that tens of millions are experiencing as well as go a long way in determining the winners and losers in the midterm elections.