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The Third Rail

So speculation about a legitimate third party is brought up again. It has been dismissed previously because of factors such as the difficulty of establishment, lack of sufficient enthusiasm, splitting the vote so as to give the opposition solidarity, and … Continue reading

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Barbarians at the Gate?

bar·bar·i·an [bahr-bair-ee-uhn] –noun 1. a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized person. 2. a person without culture, refinement, or education; a philistine. 3. (loosely) a foreigner. 4. (in ancient and medieval periods) a. non-Greek. b. person living outside, esp. … Continue reading

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