by Robert Brent Toplin
He could be a promising alternative if Trump looks competitive in 2020.
SOURCE: The New York Times
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by David Botti
For a century, presidential candidates were discouraged from openly campaigning - lest they appear power hungry like the British king America revolted against. Here's why that all changed.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Rachel Caufield
While other countries set strict limits on the length of campaigns, American presidential races have become drawn-out, yearslong affairs. It wasn’t always this way.
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