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“GOP repudiation of Trump before 11/8? If so, then what?”

Ned Foley: As I write this on Friday night October 7, there is renewed talk of GOP leadership disavowing Trump.  True, Trump will still be on the ballot that we citizens cast.  But suppose the GOP leadership publicly announces that … Continue reading ?
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Ned Foley: Ballot Battles in the Nineteenth Century Were Beset by Violence and Civil Strife; Not So in the Twentieth, and This Progress is Reason to Hope for Even More

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