I hope as many people as possible understand that the Movement continues regardless of the presidential nomination and election outcomes. Considering what many youth and young adults are doing in their communities outside the political/election realm, I think this generation gets it.
I wonder though about older Americans who are more set in their views about "the way things are" and what is possible. [Despite many having lived through the Civil Rights movement and its effects and having (foggy) memories of the Bill Clinton presidency as the "good times," I also wonder about older People of Color, in particular Black Americans.] In the traditional frame, one is supposed to go out and vote and then go back to their lives and leave the big decisions up to the elected officials (these are the Establishment politicians White and Black). That's the world Clinton wants to continue.
However, with extreme economic inequality in this country and globally, with the significant effects of climate change now upon many of the poorest nations and peoples around the world and soon to be felt more in the US, can the baby boomers and Gen-Xers cope with change? Are they willing to take the bold steps necessary of sharing and collaboration, of accepting less so that others can sustain themselves, of thinking about community first and self later.
Related to this election, Poole is correct, should she win the nomination, Clinton needs to embrace this new reality. Recall, the FDR got elected on a balance the budget platform during the Depression, but once in office immediately set the New Deal in motion that such positive effects for most (not all though) Americans. We know Bernie will push for FDR-like policies tailored to modern times. Will Clinton? Personally, I don't think she can bring herself to do it, whether that is because of the powerful and monied people she has surrounded herself with to get this far and who don't want that kind of change, or simply because she does not want it herself.
But, regardless, the Movement continues as we find the best ways to deal with the wave of inevitable change that is not just soon coming, but is here. And the Movement is happening on the ground in local communities; people are not waiting for it to come from the top.
Viva la Revolucion!