The November 2020 US election was arguably the most consequential since the 1860 election of Abraham Lincoln--and grassroots leaders and organizers played crucial roles in the contention for the presidency and control of both houses of Congress.
Power Concedes Nothing tells the stories behind a victory that won both the White House and the Senate and powered progressive candidates to new levels of influence. It describes the on-the-ground efforts that mobilized a record-breaking turnout by registering new voters and motivating an electorate both old and new. In doing so it charts a viable path to victory for the vital contests upcoming in 2022 and 2024.
Contributors include: Cliff Albright, Yong Jung Cho, Larry Cohen, Sendolo Diaminah, Neidi Dominguez, David Duhalde, Alicia Garza, Ryan Greenwood, Arisha Michelle Hatch, Jon Liss, Thenjiwe McHarris, Andrea Cristina Mercado, Maurice Mitchell, Rafael N var, Deepak Pateriya, Ai-jen Poo, W. Mondale Robinson, Art Reyes III, Ns Ufot and Mario Yedidia