The three leading contenders for the U.S. Democratic presidential nomination are white, rich and old. It’s an odd development for a party that allegedly celebrates diversity, sees itself as representing the underdog and sells itself as youth-oriented. Kaye Hymowitz, writing in City Journal, reminds Democrats that every revolution devours its young, and “those who live by identity politics often die by identity politics.”

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