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Voting For Survival: The Election Story Of 2016

Submitted by TJ Brown via The Foundation for Economic Education, Is it just me, or does this year appear to be the most pessimistic election season ever? Typically during presidential elections, you notice people’s optimism as they extol their preferred political candidate. This year, however, not so much. Which Poison Is the Least Potent? Of course there are plenty within each political party who support their party's nominee.
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