Eyes on the Prize
Attacking the corruption of the two-party collusion that excludes most Americans from sharing in the proceeds of taxation is not enough. The excluded have to organize their own political machinery if they ever expect to get a fair share of what is rightfully theirs. Whatever form this machinery takes, it must have sufficient strength and resources to endure retaliation by the two dominant parties, while at the same time recruiting and nurturing its own organizational leadership.
Until the day a pro-democracy movement has sufficient power to influence the selection of judges and the setting of agendas, American fascists will continue to consolidate their control over US institutions--the main bipartisan project.
At present, the only significant influence outside the bipartisan collusion is the Christian theocracy movement, a subversive coalition that keeps its eyes on the prize--something that progressives have yet to learn.