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The Presidency is Bigger than any Single Issue

If you care about certain things deeply and they are things that will be decided by the Supreme Court rather than by the U.S. Congress, then I can see how it’s possible to look at the presidential contest less as a choice about who will be president and conduct foreign policy and more about who... Read more »
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