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USA 2017-2020: An Ungovernable Nation?

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, The only way to govern successfully is to actually solve the underlying systemic problems, but doing that requires overthrowing a corrupt, self-serving elite. Regardless of who wins the presidency, a much larger question looms: will the U.S. be ungovernable 2017-2020? There are multiple sources of the question. One is of course the remarkable unpopularity of the two candidates for the presidency.
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