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I noticed recently that since 1980 presidential cycles have seemed to follow a couple of particular patterns: A one-term disappointment (Carter/Bush41) is defeated by a candidate who would go on to become one of the most popular presidents in living memory (Reagan/Clinton.) Said popular president defeats an establishment (in the non-pejorative sense of the word) […]
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