NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A s voting in the Democratic primary for New York City’s next mayor takes place (or, rather, concludes) tomorrow, ex-NYPD captain Eric Adams is in a strong position, having led in every recent poll, in some cases by wide margins. His victory, should it occur, in a city in which the Democratic primary is tantamount to a general election, will be another indicator of the gulf between working-class Democrats and elite progressives.
Writes Michelle Goldberg in the New York Times:
An Adams administration would most likely be a head-spinning time of marginalization for the left. Just three years ago, New York City seemed