Inside a 200-year-old church a few miles from the White House the seeds of the socialist revolution are being sewn. At least that’s what an enthusiastic group of millennials, armed with plaster boards and marker pens, hope.
Sitting at tables under stained glass windows they turn out signs that read "Blood Money" and "Capitalism in Crisis" on behalf of the Democratic Socialists of America. The signs will be used to target a "profiteer" at an upcoming protest, they say, declining to tell The Telegraph who.
Across the US similar scenes are playing out amid an unprecedented surge in membership of the DSA. This grass roots organisation had languished in obscurity for decades, and had only 5,000 members…
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