Note: This second article in a two-part series on the Democratic Party Platform. Part I can be found here.
In the previous article we looked at summary outline of the Democratic platform as it relates to several non-economic issues covered by the Acton Institute. Today, we’ll look at the party’s economic agenda as laid out in the platform. Because the document is lengthy (55 pages) and covers an extensive variety of economic-related areas (agriculture, energy) this list won’t be exhaustive. But it does cover the primary economic positions that are being supported or opposed by the Democratic Party.
(Last week, after the Republican National Convention, we examined their platform’s stance on the same and related issues.)