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WELL, LET’S HOPE: Cheer Up. History Will Forget This Dismal Campaign. “When historians look back o…

WELL, LET’S HOPE: Cheer Up. History Will Forget This Dismal Campaign. “When historians look back on our era, the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump campaign probably will be a modest footnote to broader and mostly uninterrupted positive trends.”
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