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Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon and the rest of the CNN teevee crew have packed up their new Shinola gifts and “Detroit Vs. Everybody” T-shirts now that the Democratic presidential candidate debates are over.

Aside from the economic bumps for the Book Cadillac, Detroit Water Ice and no doubt many swanky downtown eateries, did Detroit learn anything from any of the 20 candidates hoping to end Donald Trump’s presidency after one term? Do we know anything more about how the Democratic field will shake out?

We talk about that and what issues are likely to resonate among Michigan voters with Matt Grossmann, director of the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research at Michigan State University.

What does he think about the Democratic Party’s epic struggle between progressives and moderates? Plus, Jer and I offer our own thoughts on a crowded debate stage.

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