Rebuild the Dream
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Rebuild the Dream is an American center-left political organization founded in June 2011 by former Obama Administration advisor Van Jones and the group MoveOn.org. It aims to counter the Tea Party movement.
- Invest in America's infrastructure.
- Create 21st century energy jobs.
- Invest in public education.
- Offer Medicare for all.
- Make work pay.
- Secure Social Security.
- Return to fairer tax rates.
- End the wars and invest at home.
- Tax Wall Street speculation.
- Strengthen democracy.
Jones said on July 31, 2011 that the group had 127,000 members.
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- Rebuild the Dream website
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