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How US Political Parties Could Change: Pt I, Millennials

So those of us who are not quite old are used to a historically steady kind of Democratic and Republican party. Obama isn't all that different from LBJ; Bush wasn't all that different from Nixon. Could this change? Well, maybe. There's a lot of different ways it could go.
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