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Learning From The British Election Of 1722

Submitted by Gary Galles via The Mises Institute, It has become commonplace to note that the 2016 election campaign is unlike any America has seen before. Whether it is the issues brought to the fore, the number of scandals, or the intensity of the personal invective, it is hard to believe we are now within the bounds of what our founders had in mind. In fact, we can make that statement going back more than half a century before our founding.
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